The volumetric design of Casa 102 is composed of a linear pavilion that contains the private spaces and which is intersected transversely by the volume containing the social area. This T-shaped distribution creates a garden that can be observed and used from any space. This way, it maximizes the landscape and manages to generate a fluid connection with the rest of the house.
Through the use of a simple volumetric approach, we could tilt the frontal roof, complementing the concept of the main entrance and creating a sensation of welcome. This access begins with a landscape design and a set of large stairs that direct the user straight to the spectacular wooden door that invites guests to enter the house.