The house designed by PRODUCTORA is part of a golf club community in the desert of Chihuahua, Mexico.
To balance the extreme temperature between day and night, they partially buried the house into the mountain slope to take advantage of the soil’s thermal mass. Since the plot is situated in a traditional style allotment where the rules state that at least 80% of the roofs have to be inclined, they reinterpreted that rule and made the complete roof as one continuous surface with different inclinations.
The interiors are organized around a series of patios and roof openings that provide light and ventilation and allow spectacular views towards the surrounding landscape.
Photos by Iwan Baan