First place in the first biennial of Yucatecan architecture, in the "Housing" genre. 1994
It is a summer house in the beaches of Chicxulub, Yucatan. The house is conceived as those of the port of Progreso, that is, with a porch of original French tile of principles of century XX, and wood of zapote, same that the Mayans used in their ediﬁcaciones. Hammocks are hung in this space adjacent to the bedrooms; hence its name.
Architects: Alejandro Medina.