Designed by Carrillo Arquitectos y Asociados, the Temozón House was built in 2013 in Yucatan, Mexico. The architects imagined a stunning cantilevered home built on a trapezoidal plot. Located in Temozón Yucatán in a residential area, the house has 60 meter long side faces east and its 39 meter long side faces north. Spreading over 1,167 square meters, this cantilevered home was named the Temozón House after its location. The street facade showcases little of what is to be found inside. Initially designing a home with an L-shaped floor-plan, architects took a better look at the possibilities and changed the result. And when I say inside, I mean in this captivating indoor-outdoor environment. The space of the house is intended to create an environment in which the family is not confined between walls, but the outside is integrated with the interior, merged together as a single environment, highlighting the views generated by the different spaces.
Moving on to the interiors, we find a generous amount of high-end amenities and welcoming décor elements throughout. Comfortable seating arrangements, large dining tables, lounging areas and impressive lighting arrangements contribute to an atmosphere of wellness and peace that extends across all 12,500 square feet of living space. Finally, to reinforce the concept, the corridor was divided into two sections. The first is located in a solid volume cantilevered above the ground; it houses the private area and shelters the social area, comprised by a series of terraces at different levels to define a spatial hierarchy.