House Between Pine Trees

Best Implemented Project of Private Residence

About the project
The house is located in a property with an upward slope attached to the golf course, in the Altozano housing development, in Morelia, Mexico. Where five pines calmly protect the horizon and its surroundings.
A single piece or volume is born after the true protagonists of the project, always prioritizing nature.
This volume is closed to the northwest, being the access of personnel and machine room of the clubhouse of the fractionation, opening to the southeast and southwest, privileged the views, natural light and the forest.
Adapted to the topography of the terrain, the program is planned so that its interior houses two rest houses intertwined in a single body. It consists of 3 levels, one for services and the rest for housing.

Morelia, Michoacán, México

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Applicant and authors of the project
Infante Arquitectos. Architecture workshop founded in 2012, in the city of Morelia, Michoacán. Mexico, by the Architects Pedro C. Infante and Mauricio Infante.
Architects Pedro César Infante Contreras, Arch. Mauricio Alejandro Infante González

Other participants
Photography Credits: César Belio
Engineering: Ing. Humberto Sotelo