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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.

Pino Street House in Jalisco, México by Oscar Gutiérrez

 
August 1st, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Oscar Gutiérrez

Located in an environment dominated by homes which have been built and occupied by their owners, between the Guadalajara City limits and the rural landscape, this house meets the needs of a small family with an active social life.

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

  • Architects: Oscar Gutiérrez
  • Project: Pino Street House
  • Location:  Jalisco, México
  • Year: 2014
  • Project area: 165 sqm
  • Photography: Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

The design strategy was to assign most of the built area to the ground level allowing the existence of uncovered areas in the upper level. Thehouse is concentrated towards the southeast boundary, creating access to the most attractive landscapes and correct sun exposure.

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

The house is divided by a courtyard that creates parallel paths between social and family life, while also creating a feeling of amplitude. It provides privacy to each individual section of the house.

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

The ground floor is of split-level design, consisting of various platforms adapted to the differing heights of the natural terrain. These platforms surround the courtyard and have different uses and atmospheres.

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

The upper floor consists of three areas, all of which overlook the landscape: two rooms on either side are connected by a hallway and a staircase. The common terrace and balcony establish a relationship with the garden and courtyard on the ground floor, together forming a linear sequence of open spaces.

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

Image Courtesy © Vanessa Guízar

The house tries to be unnoticed, it behaves like a silence inserted in the Mexican landscape.

Image Courtesy © Oscar Gutiérrez

Image Courtesy © Oscar Gutiérrez

Image Courtesy © Oscar Gutiérrez

Image Courtesy © Oscar Gutiérrez

Image Courtesy © Oscar Gutiérrez

Image Courtesy © Oscar Gutiérrez

Image Courtesy © Oscar Gutiérrez

Image Courtesy © Oscar Gutiérrez

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