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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.

MX housing in Veracruz, Mexico by Morales architects

 
June 12th, 2018 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Morales architects

The housing MX emerges the multifaceted necessity of the users who look for a prototype of housing of sale different to the commercial thing through a mortgage.

The project is based on an analysis and a study of the local neighborhood market. Morales architects designs a prototype with a risky proposal to the existing criteria and customs, minimizing the commercial without suspending certain traditional factors, since this plays an important role in the risk-time-cost of sale with a limited and controlled budget based on experimental criteria.

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Society is currently experiencing a constant growth but a tradition problem that is somewhat complex to change, for the office it is important to passively experience the MX prototype by fusing a design criterion across natural elements and spatial lines starting from a composition that it concatenates the concepts of the form, without drastically inhibiting the common visual and tangible dwelling.

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

MX is located in the north zone of the port of Veracruz, in a polygon of 5.50 x 18 with a steep slope in a mid-level colony with three adjoining boundaries.

In response to the commercial market is a house that after the development process responded favorably after completing the sale of the project in the tenth week bringing favorable responses. MX has open spaces, heights of 3m. cross ventilation, spans, flexible, using natural materials for the main facade as the partition, forming an adaptable lattice design, concrete block and transparency elements, having a total of 111m2 of construction with a program that is distributed from a vestibule, half bathroom stay, dining room, kitchen, laundry area, garden, 3 bedrooms upstairs with a functional circulation, the main one with bathroom, the other two rooms with shared bathroom lighting and natural ventilation by flexible elements.

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

Image Courtesy © Morales architects

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