Posts Tagged ‘Mexico’
Thursday, November 3rd, 2016
Article source: Muñoz Arquitectos Asociados
Hermana República is a tasting place for Patito a beer made in a local brewery. Behind this tasting spot is the factory where the beer is made.
There are two conceptual axis that ruled this project; the first one was to create an environment that has a bound with the beer production, an industrial environment that is also a comfortable place to drink beer. The plan was to create a place that had an environment of a yucatecan cantina and a good restaurant where you can go and have a quality meal.
Image Courtesy © Marcos Betanzos
- Architects: Muñoz Arquitectos Asociados
- Project: Hermana Republica
- Location: Merida, Yucatan, Mexico
- Photography: Marcos Betanzos
- Software used: Autocad
- Built area: 235.55 (m2)
- Year: 2015
Tuesday, October 18th, 2016
Article source: IX2 arquitectura
This set of 10 houses (first stage) is located northwest of the town of La Barca, Mexico.
The houses are built on an area of 924.04m2 in a horizontal subdivision called Jardines de San Ignacio which has approximately 450 lots which are mostly of 90.00m2 (6.00×15.00m).
Image Courtesy © Lorena Darquea Schettini
- Architects: IX2 arquitectura (Javier Ituarte Landa)
- Project: Viviendas San Ignacio
- Location: La Barca, Jalisco, Mexico
- Photography: Lorena Darquea Schettini
- Colaboradores: Javier Zepeda Macías, Patricia Ortega Correa, Luis Gil del Río, Juan Ruíz García, Eduardo Gómez López
- Construction management: Javier Ituarte Reynaud
- Área: 759.70 m2
- Construcción: 2016
Tuesday, October 18th, 2016
Article source: Alberto Zavala Arquitectos
Weather conditions in the area, the topography and the existing vegetation, all acted as key elements in the creation of this eco-friendly project.
The land is located in a tropical area of lush vegetation on the outskirts of the city forming a descending grade from the upper street level to the rear garden which is adjacent to a golf course.
On the plot, there is a single tree (Guazuma ulmifolia, or more commonly known as West Indian elm or bay cedar) native to tropical America with highly visible dimensions and characteristics.
Image Courtesy © David Cervera
- Architects: Alberto Zavala Arquitectos (Alberto Zavala Aguirre)
- Project: Guazuma House
- Location: Altozano, Villahermosa, México
- Photography: David Cervera
- Team members: Lenin Molina, Karla Ramírez, Vidaura Cardos, Georgina Doria, Jimena Castillo, Edair Puerto, Iván Uribe
- Area: 575 m2
- Year: 2015
Sunday, October 9th, 2016
Article source: Sunshine PR
Stroll the one-mile beach of this 12-key 200 acre eco-resort, and what draws your gaze is an elliptical shaped bamboo wrapped platform hovering somewhere between the canopy of palms above and green shrubbery below. This perch is the beachfront bedroom of the 700sf bi-level treehouse suite.
Image Courtesy © Leonardo Palafox
- Architects: Deture Culsign
- Project: Treehouse Suite at Playa Viva Sustainable Boutique Hotel
- Location: Playa Icacos, Juluchuca, Guerrero, Mexico
- Photography: Leonardo Palafox, The Cubic Studio
- Owner: David Leventhal
- Management Company: Playa Viva S de RL de CV
- Total square footage: 700sf / 65 sqm
- Date project completed: October 2015
Sunday, October 2nd, 2016
Article source: Alberto Zavala Arquitectos
This house is located on the tropical coast of Yucatan, Mexico, its keynote idea being to confuse the borders existing between the “inside” and the “outside”. This duality gives rise to surprises and a constant awareness of situations occurring outside. Movement (motion) becomes particularly important, as does the change from day to night and the changing of seasons.
Image Courtesy © Alberto Zavala Arquitectos
Saturday, September 24th, 2016
Article source: Agraz Arquitectos
In the search to create an architectural piece that comes from innovative forms and finds -in that quest- the paths to perpetuate this condition, Ricardo Agraz and Karina Castro combine efforts and imagination. The result is [ PC ] House, a dwelling based and tailor made for a family program that takes the land as the perfect frame for doing so: it takes the river’s length for self adaptation.
And once this natural environment is tamed, the structure is used to contain it within the house, entering the backyard towards the living room and dinning room.
Image Courtesy © Mito Covarrubias
- Architects: Agraz Arquitectos (Ricardo Agraz, Karina Castro)
- Project: PC House
- Location: Guadalajara, Mexico
- Photography: Mito Covarrubias
- Collaborators: Beatriz Ramirez Romero, Alberto Tacher, Sara Tamez
- General Contractor: Sergio Pacheco Otero
- Industrial design: Cubo 3
- Interior design: Karina Castro
- Land area: 4664sf/431.64m2
- Builded area: 4799sf/436m2
- Project: 2005
- Construction: 2006
Thursday, September 22nd, 2016
Article source: HAUSM2
The apartment building is located in a narrow site dimensions (7.8m wide by 28m long) on Rodin 33 street, this conditions demands an accurate lecture of the architectural program. to optimize the interior space we decided to look forward for a structural sistem that allow us to enjoy the open space.
The living room and dinner room are clearly conected to the exterior terraces taking the widest side of the site 7.8 meters. One apartment is located by floor, allowing to the user take an interesting view of the Mexico city skyline.
Image Courtesy © Onnis Luque
- Architects: HAUSM2 (Carlos Marin)
- Project: RODIN 33
- Location: Rodin 33, Napoles, CDMX
- Photography: Onnis Luque
- Software used: AutoCAD
- Facilities Project: Alejandra Siebel Ing.
- Management and Coordination: HAUSM2
- Structural project: Eng Gerson Huerta.
- Area: 1,200 m2
- Project Year: 2015
- Built Year: 2015-2016
Friday, August 26th, 2016
Article source: Moro Taller De Arquitectura
Located outside of the city without drinking water services, drainage, in a rectangular land with a regular topography, the house is solved along the ground in 3 simple segregated modules, which allowed to be built in stages. The spaces are linked via exterior circulations directly coexist with the environment, sheltered by the horizontal roofs of the volumes that extend over the aisles.
Image Courtesy © Onnis Luque Rodríguez
- Architects: Moro Taller De Arquitectura
- Project: Nido De Tierra Para
- Location: Concordia Street No.25, Colonia El Bajio Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico
- Photography: Onnis Luque Rodríguez
- Contributors: Mauricio Rodríguez Mejía, Zarak Alaine Modad Betancourt, Ricardo González Arámbula
- Square meters of the land: 333 mts2
- Built Square meters: 155 mts2
- Year started: 2014
- Year ended: 2016
Wednesday, August 24th, 2016
Article source: Cadaval & Solà-Morales
The bungalow is the first of a series of cabins to be built over a spectacular site in Tepoztlán, a small paradise located at about 50 km from Mexico City. The town has fantastic weather conditions, and a unique character built thru its pre-Hispanic origins that were followed by a colonial center that is still the heart of the village; its charm attracts the presence of intellectuals and thinkers to stay over the weekend, or for longer periods of time.
Image Courtesy © Diego Berruecos
- Architects: Cadaval & Solà-Morales (Eduardo Cadaval & Clara Solà-Morales)
- Project: Tepoztlán Lounge
- Location: Tepoztlán, Morelos, México
- Photography: Sandra Pereznieto and Diego Berruecos
- Collaborators: Manuel Tojal, Tomas Clara
- Local Architect: Eugenio Eraña Lagos
- Structural Engineering: Ricardo Camacho de la fuente
- Área: 80sqm
- Date: 2009
- Construction: 2016
Tuesday, July 26th, 2016
Article source: Peter Pichler Architecture
The project is located in Jalisco, Mexico on the West Coast of the Pacific Ocean. It embraces a full conversion of an existing house of the 1960s.
The site of the house is on a silent road close to the beach on a rectangular plot, surrounded by small and typical 2 storey houses. A little garden at the entrance of the house on the west side creates an open space that can be used for parking as well.
Image Courtesy © Oscar Hernandez
- Architects: Peter Pichler Architecture
- Project: House in Mexico
- Location: Jalisco, Mexico
- Photography: Oscar Hernandez
- Area: 210 m2
- Status: Built (completion 2016)