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This house is conceived as the intersection of two exterior spaces that cross the house from one side to the another separating and defining the interior spaces at the same time. The intervention becomes apparent in the form of two galleries of double height with different orientation and angles that cross at the middle -encounter accentuated by two domes in the ceiling- and end in crystal walls at the extremes. 

On the first floor these spaces determine and interrelate the social, service and sleeping areas. On the second floor the galleries divide categorically the guest area –arriving by a bridge that crosses in the intersection of the galleries- from the service area. The volumes of the house respond to the concept with their dynamic forms and being finished with sober and uniform materials.

Project Info

Category

Single-Family Housing

Date

2007

Location

SPGG, N.L., MX.

Lot

962 m2; 10,354.9 sq ft.

Size

538 m2; 5790.98 sq ft.

Architectural design

Arq. Rodrigo G de la Peña L., Arq. Bernardo Pozas.

Architectural design team

Arq. Aranzazú Fernández.

Photos

Arq. Jorge Taboada.

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