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“La Lagartija” Property and Bungalows was made by Alexandro Velázquez Moreno, and it is situated in Valle de Bravo, México.
The house is spacious and open, constructed out of resources in earthy colors and textures.
“La Lagartija” Property and Bungalows by Alexandro Velázquez Moreno:
““A weekend house with bungalows to rent or host near pals and family…” From this premise arises La Lagartija, located in an undeveloped spot in Avándaro, in Valle de Bravo. The challenge was to operate on 2 architectural packages at the same time: the creation of a property and independent bungalows, that could talk and hyperlink to every single other.
We essential to take benefit of the magnificent organic views. The proposal was to be closely related to the vegetation surrounding the property and to factors such as light and shadow, or the sound of water and the breeze. Contour lines were employed for the design of the venture, optimizing resources and making views of the lake and river. 1 of the most noticeable attributes accomplished was that, thanks to the collection of visual images of the standard architecture of the spot, its typology was reinterpreted to recreate it in La Lagartija. Thanks to the metal, stone, clay, and wood, we developed various textures that take the consumer back to the vernacular architecture. Note that the principal color of the property comes from the earth of the spot.
Respect for nature was crucial, so virtually all of the current trees in the location had been stored. The residence was laid out irregularly with sharp angles to skirt a number of massive trees and give them prominence. From the bioclimatic review conducted early in the task, insulation facade systems have been introduced, advertising optimum comfort and significant power savings.
The spatial proposal, based mostly on compressions and decompressions and non-orthogonal axes, allows the circulation to turn into a corporeal encounter that generates diverse sensations for the viewer. In terms of framework, the columns were especially developed for La Lagartija in purchase to carry out faithfully the initial premise.”
Pictures by: Moritz Bernoully