Text description provided by the architects. This house is the intrinsic result of the material that it is built from.
Entirely structured by a striated concrete block, aguazul was an exercise of reinterpretation of materials and construction techniques that create a volume interrupted only by the need for light and ventilation for the spaces it contains.
Orienting all areas to the south and controlling the views toward the changing atmospheres provided by its materiality, the program reflects a conscious analysis of the contemporary needs of a family in Mexico.
Likewise, its aesthetic speaks of an object that will remain intact over time, sustaining itself and whoever inhabits it.