On the edge of the Laguna de Chapala, in San Juan Cosalá, Mexico, is located a weekend house which aims to see the largest natural lake in the country from each of its spaces.
Counting on a North-South orientation its main facade is oriented towards the water. In this entrance, both pedestrian and vehicular access were placed, thus generating a parking lot. If you look towards what would be the western part of the land, we will see the kitchen, the room for its managers and the concierge services.
If we refer to the garden wall, this is where the road leading to the main entrance and a double height lobby, in which the stairs will lead us to the upper floor.
From the part of the hall on the first floor you access the dining room and the living room, both parts directly integrated into the kitchen, which, however, remains separated and physically supported by the space occupied by the services at the back. That's where they find a small bathroom and patio, the laundry, as well as bathrooms for the pool area and changing rooms.
The space comprised by the dining room has continuity towards the terrace, used when there is an acceptable climate. On this terrace lies a infinity pool, which fuses the artificial horizon with the natural one of the well-known Laguna de Chapala.
Already at the top, we find the access to the four rooms, all with dressing room and bathroom, as well as a suite with terrace and viewpoint with a total and unparalleled privacy. We leave them with the remaining images so they can enjoy them and draw their own ideas.
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