Clubhouse Valle San Nicolás, located on the edge of the village of Valle de Bravo in the State of Mexico, brilliantly celebrates its surroundings with a 360-degree view of the landscape. The geometric construction is the work of Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos. The Mexican studio shows how natural conditions, such as the mountain and the lake, can converge and connect via an architectural work.
The idea for this project, completed in 2021, is inspired by a boat anchored in the lake as if it were floating. The plan of this circular design is fragmented around its radius, allowing for the installation of the different zones, separated by mirrors of water. Two rings, interior and exterior, serve as open corridors to move around and enjoy the view. A central walkway shortens the route and leads to the main deck before reaching the infinity pool. The east side consists of a dining room, barbecue, kitchen, and related amenities.
The west side boasts a gym, spa cabins with Jacuzzi, changing rooms with steam room and sauna. The cross-laminated wood structure features exposed beams and columns, while the interiors display a palette of natural materials, such as volcanic stone, Kebony wood for the terrace, and American red oak for the roof. A new haven for relaxation and well-being to put on your bucket list, for a total connection with the surrounding nature.