Posts Tagged ‘Mexico’
Thursday, May 26th, 2016
Article source: Paulo Flores + ggarchitects
Villa Vortex is the result of a collaboration between architect Paulo Flores and ggarchitects for a site in the city of Queretaro, Mexico.
The concept of the project is developed crafting a circulation “vortex” that carefully erodes the interior volume creating a series of patios and triple height zones that articulate the inner spaces defining the dynamic and elegant composition of the project.
Entrace elevation, Image Courtesy © Onnis Luque
- Architects: ggarchitects + Paulo Flores
- Project: Villa Vortex
- Location: Querétaro, México
- Photography: Onnis Luque
- Local Architect: Grupo Camprubi Arquitectos
- Year of completion: 2015
Sunday, May 22nd, 2016
Article source: Miguel Angel Aragonés
The first time I visited this property and took in the desert and the diaphanous, clear water running along a horizontal line in the background, I felt the enormous drive of water under a scorching sun. This piece of land, located in the middle of a coastline dotted with “All Inclusives,” would have to be transformed into a box that contained its own sea –practically its own air– given the happy circumstance that the universe had created a desert joined to the sea along a horizontal line. It was the purest, most minimalist landscape a horizon could have drawn. On either side, this dreamlike scenery collided with what humans consider to be aesthetic and build and baptize as architecture. I wanted to draw my own version, apart from the rest.
Image Courtesy © Joe Fletcher
- Architects: Miguel Angel Aragonés
- Project: Hotel Mar Adentro
- Location: San Jose del Cabo, Mexico
- Photography: Joe Fletcher
- Structures: José Nolasco
- Construction: Jorge flores, josé torres
- Collaborators: Antonino trinidad, ana aragonés, fernanda kurth, manuel de la o., diego amador, axel hernández
- Special engineering: High tech services
- Preliminary Project: January 2012
- Executive Project: November 2014
- Building Opening: January 2016
Friday, May 20th, 2016
Article source: Elías Rizo Arquitectos
Casa SE was built in a traditionally residential quarter located in the western parts of Guadalajara. It was commissioned as a permanent home for a family of 4 adults. The primordial drive behind the project was to create comfortable spaces and to allow them to establish their own dialogue with the outside through a series of private terraces. The program is accommodated in two levels, with the first floor encompassing the public areas of the house, and the second floor containing the dormitories and various terraces. The prevalence of windows throughout the envelope allows a great deal of daylight to flood the interiors.
Image Courtesy © Marcos García
- Architects: Elías Rizo Arquitectos
- Project: Casa SE
- Location: Zapopan, Jalisco, México
- Photography: Marcos García
- Software used: Autocad, Google sketchup
- Interior Design: Kárima Dipp
- Project area: 1,052 M2
- Year finished: 2013
Friday, May 20th, 2016
Article source: ARQMOV
Triangulo Corona is located in the State of Mexico on the outskirts of the metropolitan area of Mexico City, on a property of irregular topography crossed by two major regional thoroughfares. Its context is an industrial zone rich in the so called ‘maquiladoras’ and storehouses, neighbouring primary and intermediate schools, a health centre and street markets. The residential environment is one of self-construction, where materials appear in their raw state, devoid of finishes, a quality that defines the architecture and environment of this low-income area.
Image Courtesy © Rafael Gamo
- Architects: ARQMOV
- Project: Triangulo Corona
- Location: Naucalpan, Mexico
- Photography: Rafael Gamo
- Client: David Mizrahi
- Consultants: Ing. Max Tenenbaum, Ing. Ricardo Jimenez
- Design Team: Eduardo Micha, Fabio Correa, Gabriel Merino, Oscar Osorio, Patricia Pérez, Christian Rodriguez, Miguel Ángel Chiney, Eduardo Acosta, Maricruz Pérez
- Gross floor area: 1543.00 m2
- Year Completion: 2015
Friday, May 20th, 2016
Article source: Margot Krasojevic Arcitect
Floating levee piers to trap sediment and divert freshwater:
The idea behind this project attempts to combine an architecture with technology, where by-products of new materials create impossible forms because computer technology has become an inherent part of the design process, such is the application of typology in this project.
Image Courtesy © Margot Krasojevic Arcitect
- Architects: Margot Krasojevic Arcitect
- Project: Artificial wetland flood preention, broken leveev
- Location: Mexico, USA
- Software used: Autodesk Revit and 3ds max
Sunday, May 1st, 2016
Article source: vgz arquitectura y diseño
The house is built on a fan-shaped 800 sq. mt. plot, open to the northeast. After volumetric studies, we decided on an H scheme, rotating the north body to get the most sunlight and south aperture, and tilting the roofs to the north.
Image Courtesy © Rafael Gamo Fassi
Tuesday, April 26th, 2016
Article source: Pascal Arquitectos
“Los Dones Cafeteria” is located inside the Hilton Hotel Reforma in downtown Mexico City and it occupies an area of 3,300.00 sq ft.
Image Courtesy © Fernando Cordero
- Architects: Pascal Arquitectos
- Project: “LOS DONES” Cafeteria
- Location: Av. Juárez, Centro Histórico, Downtown Mexico City
- Photography: Fernando Cordero
Wednesday, April 20th, 2016
Article source: Taller Estilo Arquitectura
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Image Courtesy © Alberto Cáceres
- Architects: Taller Estilo Arquitectura
- Project: KOALA HOUSE
- Location: Barrio de Santiago, Mérida, Yucatán, México
- Photography: Alberto Cáceres
- Collaborators: Arq. Silvia cuitún coronado, Ing. Emmanuel rodríguez godínez, Arq. Carlos josé marrufo tamayo,Arq. Pedro quintal ruz, Adi. Alberto góngora brito
- Construction: Taller estilo arquitectura
- Land area: 163.22 m2
- Construction area: 173.27 m2
- Ground floor: 113.68 m2
- First floor: 59.59 m2
- Year: 2015
Thursday, April 14th, 2016
Article source: arqflores / architect Juan Carlos Flores
This is when I began playing with this new language of architecture. The client requested organic forms for their oceanfront home on the Pacific Coast of Mexico.
These shapes are caressed by the sea air as the sun gently travels its curves.
Image Courtesy © arqflores / architect Juan Carlos Flores
- Architects: arqflores / architect Juan Carlos Flores
- Project: Casa Mariposa
- Location: Mexico, La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Nay.Real del Mar
- Discipline: Architecture
- Colaboration: Juan Ignacio Macías, architect.
- Structural engineer: Sinué Barragán Rodríguez
- Contractor: CAESPA
- Gross External Area: 801m2
- Construction year: 2010
Sunday, April 3rd, 2016
Article source: Agraz Arquitectos
The G House layout departs from the site’s recognition and also from the willingness to conquer the terrain after understanding its solar paths.
From the basement garage come all the service areas and house equipment, giving its dwellers the possibility of independent worlds within the place.
Image Courtesy © Mito Covarrubias
- Architects: Agraz Arquitectos
- Project: G House
- Location: Valle Real, Zapopan, Mexico
- Photography: Mito Covarrubias
- Collaborators: Sara Tamez, Alberto Tacher, Jessica Magaña
- Construction: Salvador Aguirre Cordero
- Woodwork: Esteban Gutierrez Velazco
- Stone: Luigi Sasso
- Kitchen: Renso
- Art: Fernando Sandoval, Adrián Guerrero
- Land: 495 m2
- Construction: 455 m2
- Project: 2007
- Construction: 2009