SJA III is a project that takes inspiration from the mutualism of which nature is capable. Preexisting atmospheres, defined by a heavily vegetated rocky slope, were intended to remain in a spatial perception where the individual is submerged in a constant dialogue between the ocean and the mountain.
Instead of a rather traditional palapa, this project creates a roofing structure that redirects the slope protruding the mountain towards the ocea; and a basin almost carved in the stone to hold the water for a swimming pool, in the way of a pond left behind after the turning tides.
SJA III by CDM | Casas De México
Pacífico Mexicano, 2018
a film by Juan Benavides