MM House

A new urbanization framed by the original character of the landscape, a leafy ravine near the river. The house seeks to look at the natural landscape, the ravine, and towards a new natural landscape, the garden. The house proposes a set of interrupted curved planes with openings, which organize the interior spaces allowing to contemplate the original trees in front of the house and regulate the views towards the interior of the house. A patio organizes the interior spaces. Public spaces come together in this courtyard, as in an urban house, everything lives around it. This patio as a vertical space on the upper floor assumes the same leading role through which the original ravine is still perceived.