Casa Jacarandas is a contemporary residential project designed by the practice of Hernandez Silva Arquitectos and it is located in Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico with a full opening toward the backyard to maintain a constant connection with the outdoors.
The façade is enclosed and it only has a tall vertical window, while the other side comes with a glass staircase from the green wall behind the parking space to allow a glimpse of the living space. The guests are welcomed by a set of stone stairs leading inside without offering too many details about what to expect inside.
The social and private spaces are all connected to the back of the house to offer a view of the backyard with curved stone walls adorning a small pond to create a serene and relaxing ambiance. The house lights up during the evening and during the daytime the wooden slats protect the inhabitants from the sunlight in the front garden and backyard.