Lomas Country Club is a complex of thirteen homes located in a residential area of Mexico City.
Each home is formed from cubes and trapezoidal prisms, but has its own individual character. Unity among them is achieved by common elements such as the triple-height windows facing the entrance plazas, the massive volumes clad in beige marble as the principal finish, as well as red volcanic stone for certain elements, together with the specific typology of the other windows.
A central garden functions as a compositional axis for the complex, and covers over the parking lot and shared services block.
The internal height changes, the light that penetrates through skylights and windows, together with the existence of voids and slopes all serve to generate a rich sense of spatiality within the homes.