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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.

Casa Estudio Sabinos in Querétaro, Mexico by Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

 
March 25th, 2018 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

Thanks to the semi-desert climate of the state of Querétaro we were able to use local materials and traditional construction methods to achieve the micro-climatic conditions that —together with a modern aesthetic and notion of the current space— resulted in a place where elements bring together an enviable atmosphere. Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura is concerned about the environment and always makes sure their projects contain native materials as feedstock, on this occasion constructing an extraordinary house that connects perfectly with the climate and environment of the site.

Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

Vernacular architecture is the primary driver for Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura, using the dimensions to propose the correct use of sunlight, rain and wind, this wonderful project was achieved without the use of electric power, which generated —literally— a naturally pleasant environment.

Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

The principles for building this house come from the respect of the environment and the study of vernacular architecture. Thanks to the resources that this architecture offers —orientation, thermal mass, cross ventilation, handmade materials— together with proven construction methods, is how we built a central patio that not only generates a large space, but at the same time adorns the main structure of Casa Sabinos. By allowing the division between public and private spaces through an oval shape a garden, which can be filled with rainwater to refresh the place during the summer, was built.

Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

Given that earth is a very poor temperature conductor we decided to use a cross ventilation system between the spaces, and we also reached to achieve the connection between the interior areas with terraces and gardens using handmade pressed earth walls to maintain comfortable conditions: a fresh environment during the summer and a warm one during the winter. Calculating the sunlight entries we managed a house that doesn´t use cooling systems.

Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

Mexico is losing its building with earth tradition, we have rescued this kind of architecture because we concur that Mexican art crafts in any realm are very valuable and we support this kind of projects in order to rescue the identity that distinguish us in the world.

Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Loyo Arquitectura

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