Apsara is a group of three houses located in Holistika, a community focused on respecting nature. Achieving the integration with the natural landscape lies the objective of this project. Each consists of a room, a fully equipped bathroom, a living room, a kitchen with a terrace, and a rooftop with a jacuzzi. So fancy!
The placement is done to save all the trees on the property, minimizing environmental impact and create a space that respects and blends into the context. In this way, it achieves a natural and random composition between the three modules without losing privacy. It also provide views and ventilation for all spaces.
The pool, which acts as a water mirror and refreshing element, connects the three houses and creates common spaces and public spaces at the same time.
Under the shade of the trees and following the shapes, angles and cracks they marked, this project was created to create a fresh space under the hot Tulum sun.
The materials on the walls, ceiling, and floor stand out for their warm and neutral tones. Chukum, typical of the area, are used for their watertight properties and minimize cracking. Its versatility allows it to be used both indoors and outdoors, together with wood and stone finishes.