Located in a residential country club in Mexico, the CRA House complies to the site's regulations while establishing a unique style of its own. Its exterior is formed by four, interlocking A-frames situated on a concrete base. Their timber frames contrast the platform's monolithic demeanor to maintain the area's mountain character. Connected by a central atrium, each wing extends in a different direction, capturing a unique perspective of the landscape. Internally, common spaces are reserved for the lower level allowing for a seamless connection between the interior and the outdoors while private rooms are placed in the home's steep roof pitches above. Throughout the interior, exposed concrete walls create a minimalist atmosphere and wood clad ceilings add a rustic warmth.
Photos: Rafael Gamo / Estudio MMX