Casa Fox is a single-family residence, located in a forest context, where the earth movement was minimized by placing the main house and social living on two different levels, adapting the project to the level of natural terrain. It is characterized by the peculiar application of textures on the exterior and interior of the house. The exterior is embraced by an acid texture brought from Mexico, which gives the impression of an oxide that, when encountering the original fauna and the proposed landscape, conveys a quite pleasant Mediterranean feeling, while the interior, a chukum-style finish, In combination with the clay floor, it creates a harmonious contrast in all the environments of the project.

The project welcomes the user with a slender wall that supports the cantilever that marks the path to the main entrance and upon entering the house, the main social space plays a hierarchical role by showing a reinforced concrete vault that takes over the main room. The social space of the room is oriented so that there is a visually clean and direct perspective towards the entire garden that extends to the end of the plot.