Although the winter holidays can be both season and season by any means, it’s also fun to escape from all the hassle and enjoy nature on those marvelous days when we shouldn’t really be outdoors. For example, what happens when the weather turns perfect for enjoying intimate backyard parties? The owners of this beautiful ranch house, located in Lomas de Chapultepec, Mar Azul, Mexico, are a family of creative and discreet real estate people and didn’t want to sell the land at the moment. However when it came time to build a little house, with a total constructed area of 8,500 square feet, the architects from EDAA Inspiring Office decided to build it on a gementan lot, with a total area of 5000 square feet and height, sitting under a canopied roof.
Decorated with the rustic charm that this area gave the owners – a semi-detached guesthouse, a nature preserve and two small vacationing villas – the house is spread across two bedrock protrudes, forming this beautiful long narrow getaway-house-with-a-height window that visually merges the house with the wonderful surrounding vegetation. This spectacular house was built on a 8,000 square foot plot of land in Tapuc by Estudio Drucker and her team. Its shape and design were so well thought out, that it literally stands out and makes you feel like you’re floating in the air, thanks to its long and winding layout.