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Architecture May, 31 2014

PL2 House by Seijo Peon Architects

The irregular geometry of the site of PL2 House has resulted in an unconventional one-floor lakeside house, located in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. When the Seijo Peon architecture firm were posed with this request, they saw it as a challenge to create a particularly unorthodox home for a young single businessman that certainly wasn’t lacking in personality. The home was created to be adaptable for a number of social events, at the client’s request, which results in the living room, dining room, and kitchen conceived as one large space integrated with the bedroom – although it can be separated – and terraces. The main view from the house is of southwest orientation, so a wall has been erected to provide protection from the sun which surrounds the opulent terrace and swimming pool.
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