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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

FI House in Yucatan, Mexico by Punto Arquitectónico

April 10th, 2012 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Punto Arquitectónico

The Fi house, is a dwelling situated in a low density residential zone in a village on the outskirts of the city of Mérida. The house is placed in a flat lot, with no vegetation in their limits, with the chance of maximize the external view.

The architectural program comes from different conditions and will of the client. As a special request, the house should take advantage of the natural sunlight and the prevailing winds. Also, the house should be developed around the swimming pool, always in touch with the garden through the sights.

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  • Architects: Punto Arquitectónico
  • Project: FI House
  • Location: Cholul, Yucatan, Mexico
  • Architects Team: Punto Arquitectónico, Alejandra Molina Gual, Mauricio Rosales Aznar, Israel Ramírez Segura
  • Collaborator: Arq. Manuel Ferrer López
  • Constructor: Punto Arquitectónico
  • Cost: U.S. $ 300,000.00
  • Project Year: 2009
  • Year built: 2009-2010
  • Land Area: 960 m2
  • Construction area: 380 m2
  • Photo: Tamara Uribe

Image Courtesy Tamara Uribe

Being the pool the “heart” of the house, all the spaces are around it, perfectly linked through the big windows, that when they’re opened, the living room, the hall, the dining room, kitchen and terraces are merged in one. The scheme, around the central yard, is open as a “V” to the north and east, catching all the winds of the region to cross the entire house continuously.

Southwards, the façade is shown a little more covered, with windows that allowed the ventilation, but in smaller size to filter the sunlight from the hot weather where the house is found.

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Upstairs is designed to follow the two wings of the geometry downstairs; one is for the master bedroom, and the other, the kid’s room and a guest room. Both elements are linked direction south with the TV room. Northward,a free bridge connects the master bedroom with the kid’s room. Serving as a viewer and framing the visuals of the TV room.

The purpose of the volumetry of the rooms is to maximize the view of the distant nature, opening both rooms to the outside, giving to them the sensation of closeness.  Finally, the double height of the internal patio is covered with a concrete pergola.

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The material palette is thought to contrast each of the elements of the house. The structural elements covered with stone of the region contrast with the lightness of the windows and with the sober texture of the concrete, and inside with the soft finishes of the white walls.

The structure of the house is made of white walls of concrete blocks, with concrete and metal beams.

Image Courtesy Tamara Uribe

Image Courtesy Tamara Uribe

Image Courtesy Tamara Uribe

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