Posts Tagged ‘Mexico’
Friday, November 17th, 2017
Article source: Agraz Arquitectos
This is a very special house, among other things because its main inhabitant, besides the family that lives here is a tree. Before we go any further it is important to observe that the emplacement of this house seems to be at odds with the street. Although seemingly so, it is quite the opposite. In this sense, since it’s longitudinal axis is oriented east-west (perpendicular to the street), and the most favorable orientation for the house in north-south, it was decided that the house accordingly so, should to look inwards rather than outwards. This means that it is not so much at odds with the street, but instead of looking directly at it, the project deals with the street through the creation of an important transition space between both the building and the street, which helps to change the pace while approaching the entrance. Underlying this exterior transitional space, lies the belief in the idea that each project, no matter how small, has a responsibility towards the creation of place in the city.
Image Courtesy © Mito Covarrubias and Nicolás Covarrubias
- Architects: Agraz Arquitectos
- Project: The tree in the house
- Location: Paseo del Támesis #13, Frac. Puerta Aqua, Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico.
- Photography: Mito Covarrubias and Nicolás Covarrubias
- Project manager: Leticia Macias, Miguel Sánchez.
- Collaborators: Jessica Magaña, Erick Martínez, Juan Antonio Jaime, Alejandra Naranjo, Javier Aguirre, Araceli González, Cristina Medina, Rafael Betancourt, Sebastián Manzo, Gerardo Hernández, Martín G. Vega, Miriam G. Estarrón
Thursday, November 16th, 2017
Article source: TALLER5 ARQUITECTOS
The Casa GP project is the result of a clear definition of needs as well as an excellent and open relationship with the client, who clearly expressed his or her concerns for the optimal development
of the project.
Image Courtesy © Oscar Hernández
- Architects: TALLER5 ARQUITECTOS
- Project: Casa GP
- Location: León, Gto. México.
- Photography: Oscar Hernández.
- Associates: Arq. Maja Czeznik, Arq. Julio Rivera, Arq. Juan Vallejo, P.A.E.G.A. Maximiliano Jaime, Víctor Marín, Arq. Alejandra Robles.
- Landscape: Arq. Salvador Mendiola
- Area: 180 M2
Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
Article source: deFORMA Estudio Creativo
The project is focused on the transcription of the culture of the Mezcal, the one from Oaxaca mainly. With the intention of showing textures, colors and feelings, in a contemporary way, this is how the concept of this new place is achieved, a new home for Mezcal.
Image Courtesy © deFORMA Estudio Creativo
- Architects: deFORMA Estudio Creativo
- Project: La Mezcalteca Oaxaca
- Location: Oaxaca, Mexico
- Software used: SketchUp, Photoshop
Thursday, November 9th, 2017
Article source: PRODUCTORA
This Community Cultural Center exhibits the archeological and textile wealth of Teotitlán del Valle, a village in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. The principal volume, facing the village square, houses the Museum which will host the collections and activities of the present Teotitlán Museum of History. In formal terms, the project is governed by the aesthetics of the immediate context, which determine the height, color, and materials used. The secondary volume contains the Municipal Library and a service zone. The area occupied by both buildings on the site represents just 18% of the whole surface area, leaving a large public space of plaza and gardens. This helps to improve the pedestrian routes passing across the site and connecting with the main square, inserting the new public spaces created by the Cultural Center into the circuit of existing plazas that define the urban structure of the village.
Image Courtesy © Luis Gallardo
- Architects: PRODUCTORA ( Wonne Ickx, Abel Perles, Víctor Jaime )
- Project: Teotitlán del Valle Community Cultural Center
- Location: Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca, México
- Photography: Luis Gallardo
- Client: Municipality of Teotitlan del Valle
- Collaborators: Rosalía Yuste, Josue Palma, Pamela Martínez, Antonio Espinoza, Andrés Rivadeneyra, Iván Villegas
- Contractor: Bonarq (Ismael Rojas) |
- Structural Engineering: Kaltia Consultores (Verónica Correa) and DAE (Juan Felipe Heredia)
- Technical Engineering: BioE (Alejandro Lirusso)
- Surface: 1,700 m2
Tuesday, October 31st, 2017
Article source: Communal+OTRA Arquitectura
Salón Sociedad is an architecture development for a hall/bar located inside Sociedad Cuauhtémoc y Famosa, institution founded by FEMSA and Heineken México formerly known as Cervecería Cuauhtémoc-Moctezuma. Project developed in collaboration with OTRA Arquitectura and Office Services Heineken México.
Image Courtesy © José Pablo Villarreal and Agustín Landa Ruiloba
- Architects: Communal+OTRA Arquitectura
- Project: Bar-Salón Sociedad
- Location: Monterrey Nuevo León, México
- Photography: José Pablo Villarreal and Agustín Landa Ruiloba
- External Collaborators: Marco Polo Pérez, Luis Brambilla, Edder Buentello
- Manufacturers: CASSA Construcciones
- Client: FEMSA, Heineken México
- Area: 340 m²
- Project Year: 2017
Sunday, October 29th, 2017
Article source: P11 Arquitectos
Salvatierra 150 is a multifamily housing project, located north of the city of Mérida in the state of Yucatan, in a triangular ground of 68.50 meters in front, which houses 13 housing units interconnected spatially in the set.
The project starts from the study of the spatiality and shape of the terrain, resulting in an axial scheme, where the elements are ordered from a vertical axis, horizontal or as in this case, both. These are organized from a series of blind walls, which are rotating, as a response to a corner work, sunning and ventilation, generating two facades that change as they go around the building and together with the generated rhythms of spans and massifs, give dynamism, movement and character to the building.
Image Courtesy © Eduardo Calvo Santisbón
- Architects: P11 Arquitectos
- Project: Salvatierra 150
- Location: Fraccionamiento Montecristo, Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
- Photography: Eduardo Calvo Santisbón
- Architect in Charge: Arturo Carrillo Ponce
- Builder: Ing. Mauricio Carrillo Ponce
- Contributors: Alfonso Rosado, Georgette Seguí, Manuel Tello
- Built Area: 1,130.21 m2
- Year Ended: 2017
Sunday, October 29th, 2017
Article source: Aflo. Arquitectos
Master Plan for the Integral Rescue of Merced Mexico
This proposal tries to vindicate the principles that gave direction to this community as social growth and cars sustainable. The principles based on International certifications will make Barrio one of the first sustainable certification in the world and its development and growth should function as part of the beginning and in conjunction with milestones, of perimeter B for better functioning of the historic center and the city of Mexico as World Urbe.
Image Courtesy © Aflo. Arquitectos
- Architects: Aflo. Arquitectos (Mariano Cardín, Salvador Flores)
- Project: National Open Urban Competition
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico
- Land: 100,000m2
- Project Completion: 2014
Monday, October 23rd, 2017
Article source: Código Z
Situated in the heart of Polanco, Newton 105 Restaurant is conceived as an opportunity to bolster one of the commercial areas with the highest added value in Mexico City. This project’s architectural design bestows attributes and satisfies a set of requirements that attest to this business’ quality.
Image Courtesy © Código Z
- Architects: Código Z (Javier Zarazua)
- Project: Newton 105
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico (more…)
Sunday, October 22nd, 2017
Article source: archdifusión
The project consisted in creating a high-end cocktail bar through the intervention of a basement in an inconspicuous building at Colonia Juarez, Mexico City.
A downward stairway brings you to the front door. Upon entrance, dimmed lighting creates a different atmosphere from that of the outdoors, helping the user to quickly forget the almost generic appearance of the building’s facade.
Image Courtesy © Luis Gallardo
- Architects: archdifusión
- Project: XAMAN BAR
- Location: Colonia Juarez, Mexico, (Copenhagen 6, Colonia Juárez, 06600, Cuauhtémoc Delegation, Federal District, Mexico
- Photography: Luis Gallardo
- Collaboration with: despacho Durango, bi yuu, taller nacional, christopher lagunes / raisa torres, vanessa ortega zazir
- Construction area Constructed area: 260m2
- Construction: April-june 2015
Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
Article source: ABRAHAM COTA PAREDES Arquitectos
The house expresses the search for an introspective architecture, an architecture that envelopes itself, where privacy is the best gift.
The project is an evolution of the concept of the screen wall, an idea arising from the exercise of homes in gated communities, where the search for privacy and wealth of interior space, cause a mechanism of introspection. The site, between party walls, is located in the foothills of the spring forest in the city of Guadalajara Mexico. The distribution reflects the direction of the terrain: west-east.
Image Courtesy © Onnis Luque
- Architects: ABRAHAM COTA PAREDES Arquitectos
- Project: House To See To The Sky
- Location: Fraccionamiento Los Robles, Zapopán Jalisco, Mexico
- Photography: Onnis Luque
- Structural engineering: ROMVIR engineering Ing. Román Virgilio.
- Contributors: Arq. Álvaro Beruben Galván
- Gross built area: 229m2