Superimposed house, located in a golf course. Originally a four member family home, it turns into a empty nesters living space. The roof of the original house is proposed as potential territory, where a new space is built to fulfill the owners emerging necessities, without losing the relation between house and golf course.
The new house is built in two units: the lower as living area, the upper as the owners doctor office, where she can attend her patients. Both blocks are pushed forward as near as possible to the golf course, and the windows are placed to block away the neighbors views, in that way, the surrounding landscape of the house seems to be only green.
This project appeared on europaconcorsi home page slideshow dedicated to mexican architecture. The series was realized in cooperation with Derek Dellekamp. We thank him for his help, kindness and professional advice.