This was originally a rural dwelling originally constructed in earth quarry tiles in the tiny town of San Sebastian Axotla, Mexico City; which was transformed into a house in 1992. The design scheme consists in the position set of 3 white volumes structured with wooden ceilings; two of them are separated by a transparent glass and a skylight corridor which divides the private and public areas of the house. Inside the double height living room a timber mezzanine hosts an open studio. A wild privet tree and a tall cedar stand aside the house. A fourth volume for service purposes appears isolated in the garden, at the back of the property a small group of ash trees conceal the boundary.