From the architect: In this case the project focuses on the residual spaces that emerge between the volumes that contain the necessary functions for the house. Equally important, these spaces offer flexibility by performing as extensions of the volumes and in turn regulate temperature.
Functionally, the project revolves around a central nucleus presented as a void, with the purpose of generating an interior microclimate capable of regulating temperature and providing mutual respect between the areas.
The project is distributed in three levels. The basement contains service and storage areas. The ground level is designed to ensure family integration and to promote social uses, both protected by the central void. On the upper level, the front block contains the main bedroom, separated by the central space from the secondary bedrooms located in the back block. This enables individuals to find privacy within the family.
Lastly, the project seeks to procure family interaction through a flexible dynamic towards residual spaces, in such a way that the project can continue to satisfy the family needs through time.