1 La Paz
3 Cabo San Lucas
4 San Jose del Cabo
5 East Cape
6 Cabo Pulmo
7 Los Barriles
1 Walking access
3 Back of the house
4 Yoga pavilion
5 Amenities and pool
7 House 1
8 House 2
9 House 3
10 House 4
11 House 5
12 House 6
13 House 7
14 House 8
15 House 9
16 House 10
Pool area, re pits, a barbecue area and a communal
table that sets the stage for a farm-to-table gathering,
harnessing its vicinity with local farmers and ranchers
to buy produce and livestock from them, staying true to
the purest and most thonest methods.
The work of Taller Héctor Barroso seeks to generate architectural proposals that are rooted in its environment, taking advantage of the natural resources of each place: the incidence of light and shade, surrounding vegetation, geographical features, and construction materials and methods of the site. Thus, the architecture emerges in harmony with the site, generating spaces with emotional content that evoke memory, highlighting the habitable quality of the architectural exercise.
With a mission of creating unique projects, with their own personality, that silently blend into their context, under the highest quality standards.
At CERNA we are aware of being part of a community and develop our projects as a collective effort. This is the reason we keep a close relationship with all our investors, clients, and suppliers. The quality that distinguishes each of our projects generates greater value for the benefit of our clients and investors.
We create projects that transform space into meaningful experiences where rest, creativity, and discovery are essential to the journey. Our approach comes from a sincere love of welcoming fellow travelers into the beautiful corners of Mexico, where we have a deep connection and feel passionate about it. Our work is influenced by the primordial impulse of sharing, hosting, and caring for others as if they were family, setting the stage for our guests so they can experience unique and memorable adventures.
We believe there is a fundamental relationship between nature, the individual, and the environment. The first relationship is about intimacy and a sense of belonging. The second one aims to conserve natural processes for urban purposes by strengthening the relationship between natural phenomena and the construction craft. From here, we intend to act as agents of the flora for it to take over the site by using both local flora and materials.