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CTS Corporative Offices in Mexico by Almazán Arquitectos + ML arquitectos

Friday, June 30th, 2017

Article source: Almazán Arquitectos + ML arquitectos

In this project we looked to create a corporate environment without losing the luxury touch on it.

Distributed in 2 levels, CTS pretended to accommodate several companies in the same space, trying to push the co-working between them and achieving an open space with an open floor concept.

Image Courtesy © Pedro Hiriart

  • Architects: Almazán Arquitectos + ML arquitectos, (Arq. Guillermo Almazán Cueto, Arq. Zury Marcos Chacalo, Arq. Guillermo Suarez Almazán )
  • Project: CTS Corporative Offices
  • Location: Mexico
  • Photography: Pedro Hiriart
  • Construction team: Arq. Abraham Marcos

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Vía Vallejo in Ciudad de México by Grow Arquitectos

Friday, June 30th, 2017

Article source: Grow Arquitectos

This mixed-use project has as integration axis the following areas: commercial, residential, health services and a hotel. We decided to make the 3 levels out of plumb and complement it with an important area of public space, an outdoor park surrounded by terraces and restaurants with different specialties.

Image Courtesy © Marcos Betanzos

  • Architects: Grow Arquitectos (Arq. Fernando Cárdenas ,Arq. Gonzalo Cantero ,Arq. Bernardo Cantero ,Arq. Gerardo Velasco )
  • Project: Vía Vallejo
  • Location: Ciudad de México
  • Photography: Marcos Betanzos
  • Colaboradores: Arq Mónica Morán, Arq Edgar Avila, Arq Juan Martin Palacios ,Arq Salvador Osorio
  • Year: 2013-2016

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Casa Abierta in Yucatán, Mexico by R79

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

Article source: R79

Casa abierta is a Project for a couple of my dearest friends.

A small piece of land in one of the most exclusive developments in the city was the perfect excuse to put on practice what the project represents itself: unfold the barrier between the outdoor and the indoor space.

Image Courtesy © David Cervera Castro

 

  • Architects: R79
  • Project: Casa Abierta
  • Location: Privada Allegra, Mérida, Yucatán.
  • Photography: David Cervera Castro
  • Collaborators: Eduardo Vadillo, Valentina Losa.
  • Construction: Grupo TECA. Ing Mauricio López
  • Furniture and Decor: Maricarmen Rascón / Alejandra Gómez
  • Lighting design: Luminica. Maribel Morales
  • Landscaping: Grupo TECA. Roger Evia
  • Design: R79
  • Area: 550m2
  • Project Year: 2016

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Casa Jalapita in Tabasco, México by DaFdf Arquitectura y Urbanismo

Sunday, June 25th, 2017

Article source: DaFdf Arquitectura y Urbanismo 

Project Description

Casa Jalapita is a touristic place in the coast of Tabasco that can be used for cultural events, gastronomy and astronomy, recreative events, yoga, meditation, team building, wellness and mindfulness. It is one of the destinations to visit on the new eco-tourism map that is being developed for the coastal area between Paraíso and Frontera.

Image Courtesy © DAFDF Paul van der Voort

  • Architects: DaFdf Arquitectura y Urbanismo
  • Project: Casa Jalapita
  • Location: Localidad de Jalapita, Municipio de Centla. Tabasco, México
  • Photography: DAFDF Paul van der Voort
  • Client: COCOLIEF
  • Architects in chargeArq. Paul van der Voort / Arq. Gabriela Bojalil
  • Colaborator: Arq. Cristian García Ramírez
  • Construction: 305 m2
  • Area: 1005 m2
  • Project Year: 2017

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Lemon Tree House in Mexico by Taller Estilo Arquitectura

Thursday, June 22nd, 2017

Article source: Taller Estilo Arquitectura

The Lemon Tree House, a single-family residence that develops on two floors. Its composition, divided into two clear sections: the first area, where the main access from the street is located and is occupied by the existing construction and the second area where the bedrooms and central courtyard are located. The courtyard functions as: terrace, pool and as a connection to the new building. The terrace, acts as a distribuitor, housing the beginning of the stairway and allows access to the bedrooms.

Image Courtesy © Taller Estilo Arquitectura

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El Callejón Café in Mexico by Boué Arquitectos

Thursday, June 22nd, 2017

Article source: Boué Arquitectos

At the bottom of the building, a small commerce stands out of the complex and you just can’t lose it out of sight. It’s a space designed for an encounter lapse with the ambiance; by the morning, it´s the perfect spot for watching the neighborhood life. In the afternoon, it becomes a glass cabinet that illuminates the street and turns up in a lively mood with the clients that goes there.

Image Courtesy © Boué Arquitectos

  • Architects: Boué Arquitectos
  • Project: El Callejón Café
  • Location: Mexico
  • Construction: 47 m2

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Casa Mezquite in Aguascalientes, Mexico by BAG arquitectura

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017

Article source: BAG arquitectura 

The building lies on a 507m2 ground, nearly at the center of which grows a mesquite tree that was preserved within the building. Because of this, the entire layout of the house gravitates around the tree, thus making it into the foremost element within the intents of this architectural project, and greatly  enriching it.

Image Courtesy © Oscar Hernández

  • Architects: BAG arquitectura 
  • Project: Casa Mezquite
  • Location: Aguascalientes, Mexico
  • Photography: Oscar Hernández
  • Software used: Autocad, 3dS Max
  • Structural calculations: Jesús de Luna Rodríguez

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Design alley in Mérida, Mexico by R79

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017

Article source: R79 

The preexistences are the fundamental topic of this essay, of what’s intended to be a set of offices, where the work goes into the background and leaves the prominence to those “tenants” that were there way before us. “When the nature prevails over the built”, was the premise for the design and the marked line that led us to make this office complex in the north of the city. An area of 10m wide by 29m of depth, just a block away from one of the main and busiest avenues, which links the avenue to the project through a small low-traffic street that also presents a variety of native trees on its surface.

Image Courtesy © David Cervera Castro

  • Architects: R79
  • Project: Design alley
  • Location: Calle 26 x 29 y 31 Emiliano Zapata Norte, Mérida Yucatán. C.P. 97129, Mexico
  • Photography: David Cervera Castro
  • Architect in charge: Roberto Ramírez Pizarro
  • Collaborators: Daniela Alvarez, Valentina Losa, Gerardo Trejo
  • Construction: Arq. Nestor Ordaz
  • Lighting: Lumínica / Maribel Morales
  • Landscaping: Viveria / Roger Evia
  • Área: 270m2
  • Year: 2016

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Canto Cholul House in Yucatán, México by Taller Estilo Arquitectura

Thursday, June 8th, 2017

Article source: Taller Estilo Arquitectura

“Humans should not try to conquer nature with technology, they should create architecture that is blessed by nature” Toyo Ito

Immersed in a 2300 square meter plot containing around 60 trees is Casa Canto Cholul, a project that seeks to create a dynamic, spatial and formal coexistence between nature and architecture. Curved walls made with stone from the region and pigmented cement embrace the trees as if trying to fit in, these being the ones that give a welcome into the house; paths between trees and shadows direct to the main entrance of the building.

Image Courtesy © David Cervera

  • Architects: Taller Estilo Arquitectura (Arq. Víctor Alejandro Cruz Domínguez, Arq. Iván Atahualpa Hernández Salazar, Arq. Luís Armando Estrada Aguilar)
  • Project: Canto Cholul House
  • Location: Cholul, Yucatán, México
  • Photography: David Cervera
  • Collaborators: Arq. Silvia Cuitún Coronado, Arq. Jorge Escalante Chan, D.I Paloma Ortiz Díaz, Alberto Góngora Brito
  • Structure: Taller Estilo Arquitectura S de R.L de C.V., Ing. Rafael Domínguez Barjau
  • Lote size: 2,310.00 sqm
  • Living space: 361.00 sqm
  • Year: 2016

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Tello House in Morelos, Mexico by PRODUCTORA

Thursday, June 8th, 2017

Article source: PRODUCTORA 

The program of this single-family dwelling is resolved in four staggered volumes each with a 5 x 5 meter footprint. The staggering occurs both in plan and cross-section, and responds to different conditions. The staggered plan responds to the integration into the project of an existing large tree on the site, and the positioning of a garage. The staggered cross-section corresponds to the slope of the site, forming connections between the different spaces that are set off from each other vertically. The double-height dining room functions as the home’s principal space, articulating the program by means of the central staircase that links all of the vertically staggered spaces.

Image Courtesy © Luis Gallardo

  • Architects: PRODUCTORA
  • Project: Tello House
  • Location: Morelos, Mexico
  • Photographer: Luis Gallardo
  • Collaborators: Gerardo Aguilar, Mateo Agudelo
  • Structural Engineering: Kaltia (Verónica Correa)
  • Contractor: Arq. Roger Desdier Tello
  • Client: Tello Family
  • Surface: 180 m²
  • Date: 2016

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