MATEO住宅坐落于Zihuatanejo Punta Garrobo开发区地势最高的位置之一。设计旨在最大限度地利用好场地东侧与西侧面向的广阔太平洋以及丛林的悬崖景观，将建筑与周围环境融为一体。
Casa Mateo is located in one of the highest points of the Punta Garrobo development in Zihuatanejo. The east and west views towards the Paciﬁc Ocean and the cliffs within the jungle landscape are maximized to generate an integration of the house with its environment.
▼项目与周边环境概览，overall of the project and surrounding environment © Cesar Belio
The challenge of the commission was to exalt the user’s connection with the natural context in their daily life. In this way, tours, a patio of water and terraces, add to the idea of creating atmospheres of relaxation, leisure and enjoyment.
▼住宅外观，exterior view of the house © Cesar Belio
▼入口坡道，entrance ramp © Cesar Belio
▼入口台阶，entrance staircase © Cesar Belio
场地通过一条倾斜的道路进入，并通往住宅主入口与设有顶棚的停车场。一部室外楼梯以及楼梯两侧的石墙体量，营造出叹息之墙（weeping walls）一般的震撼效果，同时界定出入口大厅空间，并将人们引导至住宅的中央庭院 —— 一面巨大的水镜。
The property is accessed by a sloping road that leads to the main access as well as the covered parking. The hall consists of an outdoor staircase ﬂanked by two volumes of stone enclosure in the form of weeping walls, which leads to the central courtyard of the house, this being a large mirror of water.
▼中央庭院，central courtyard © Cesar Belio
▼由庭院看私密空间体量，viewing the private space volume from the central courtyard © Cesar Belio
▼檐下游廊，corridor under eaves © Cesar Belio
▼细部，details © Cesar Belio
The house is segmented into two geometries that programmatically help differentiate between private spaces and social spaces. In this way, the ﬁrst houses three bedrooms with their respective bathrooms, while the second contains the living oom, dining room and kitchen, with the possibility of unifying with the pergola terrace and the grill. Within the same volume is the master bedroom as an exclusive private space with direct connection to the inﬁnity pool and ocean views.
▼大面积的户外露台与泳池，large outdoor terrace and swimming pool © Zozaya Arquitectos
▼露台上的下沉式休息空间，sunken resting space on the terrace © Cesar Belio
▼由户外沙发看无边泳池，viewing the infinity pool from the outdoor sofa © Cesar Belio
▼无边泳池，the inﬁnity pool © Cesar Belio
The main structure materializes into apparent concrete and partition, as well as secondary elements of local stone and steel. Parota wood gives warmth to the house, resulting in a chromatic gray and coffee that coexist organically with the natural environment.
▼客厅，the living room © Cesar Belio
▼餐厅与厨房，dining and kitchen © Cesar Belio
▼户外餐厅，outdoor dining © Cesar Belio
The project resumes passive bioclimatic systems through cross ventilation in various spaces, adapting to the beach situation of the area. Green roofs were implemented, with the idea of mimicking the surrounding vegetation, reducing paved surfaces, as well as generating thermal comfort inside the residence. On the other hand, the house has its own sewage and gray treatment plant, in order to reuse and minimize the environmental impact.
▼由无边泳池看主卧室，viewing the master bedroom from the pool © Cesar Belio
▼主卧室，master bedroom © Cesar Belio
▼其他卧室，bedrooms © Cesar Belio
▼傍晚的露台，terrace in the dusk © Cesar Belio
▼总平面图，master plan © Zozaya Arquitectos
▼底层平面图，ground floor plan © Zozaya Arquitectos
▼二层平面图，upper floor plan © Zozaya Arquitectos
▼立面图，elevations © Zozaya Arquitectos
▼立面图与剖面图，elevations and sections © Zozaya Arquitectos
▼剖面图，sections © Zozaya Arquitectos