Cadaval & sola-morales architects created the Tepoztlan Lounge, a central communal space for leisure in nature. The project is a negotiation between interior and exterior, a construction of an inbetween condition. The limits between the open and the content space merge to produce a single architectural entity. The design establishes three separate living quarters designed in accordance to the 3 activities planned. The first holds an open bar with a kitchenette, together with a couple of restrooms and dressing rooms. The second is a play area for children that can also be used as a reading room when temperatures drop at night. Finally the largest container is the living area, an enclosed, tempered and comfortable space for conversation.