San Ignacio Houses / IX2 Arquitectura

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© Lorena Darquea

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  • Project : Javier Ituarte Landa

  • Collaborators: Javier Zepeda Macías, Patricia Ortega Correa, Luis Gil del Río, Juan Ruíz García, Eduardo Gómez López

  • Construction Management: Javier Ituarte Reynaud

© Lorena Darquea

© Lorena Darquea

This set of 10 houses (first stage) is located northwest of the town of La Barca, Mexico.

The houses are built on an area of ​​924.04m2 in a horizontal subdivision called Jardines de San Ignacio which has approximately 450 lots which are mostly of 90.00m2 (6.00×15.00m).

© Lorena Darquea

© Lorena Darquea

One of the features and benefits of the location is that the set is attached to a green, which will take place the implementation of a municipal linear park.

Axonometric

Axonometric

The main objectives were to identify the market which led us to stick to the ideology of the region, and therefore decided to build walls of solid block and concrete structure armed in order to achieve greater confidence with the inhabitants of the municipality. We also seek with the established budget, worthy interior spaces and on the other hand a clear image of quality in design which is achieved by the plastic of the property, concluding that the assembly is shown as a unit.

© Lorena Darquea

© Lorena Darquea

Floor Plan

Floor Plan

It was proposed to achieve a different landscape which has been marked by large social housing developers, where the sequence of our architectural design allows to observe a number of full and empty accented with a color change.

© Lorena Darquea

© Lorena Darquea

The immediate role is completely accomplished by the use of materials not common in this sector like the front wall of Okume wood and with that emphasize the demarcation of competition.

Elevation in X-Ray

Elevation in X-Ray

We worked on the outside a traditional flattened sand-cement base with making this offer a better product and remove in a certain way the stigma that carries the social housing in Mexico.

© Lorena Darquea

© Lorena Darquea

Inside lighting and ventilation of spaces occurs naturally through the backyard and the front of the house. According to the excess of light and the arid context, it was decided to provide small windows to the property. The back yard is shown as a living and private element, which is attached to the public area of ​​the house. We also look forward to separate the private areas from public areas of the neighbors.

© Lorena Darquea

© Lorena Darquea

Floor Plan

Floor Plan

At the top there is a terrace, which is shown as an element with foundations in the principle of incrementally based on the homes of Alejandro Aravena, allowing in the future to grow automatically to prevent program changes (needs) during the time of a family in the building.

These gaps in the volume will generate a play of shadows during the day.

© Lorena Darquea

© Lorena Darquea

One of the materials that most benefited the project was to build slabs with an insulating panel of the m16 NOVIDESA brand, so we get a thermal house.

© Lorena Darquea

© Lorena Darquea

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