wrote Aristotle. And the architecture? According to the highly expressive effect of Litibù, the villa designed by the Palma architecture studio , we could say that mirroring convinces even in the art of construction. Especially if, as in this case, the building perfectly designed on the idea of the double restores rigor to an obviously disordered space: the natural landscape.
Among the tropical plants that grow luxuriantly on the Mexican coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the symmetrical geometry of the bungalow built in Litibù , a natural treasure of the Riviera Nayarit, seems to cancel the (tremendously suggestive) landscape chaos to suggest and instill that sense of peace typical of terrestrial paradises that extend across borders. The 50 square meters of the residential area is in fact divided into two macro housing complexes, separated by a small windowed area. On one side there is the living room, on the other the bedroom.
The niche recreated in the center thus acts as an architectural pivot and a characteristic element: the large circular opening that opens onto the floor is like an eye wide open to the outside that immerses the building in the surrounding landscape. The blue of the azure looks at the materiality of the earth and vice versa.