Project: Almendro 22 House
Architects: Arqueodigma Estudio
Location: Nuevo Mexico, Mexico
Area: 2,712 sf
Photographs by: Horacio Virissimo
Almendro 22 House by Arqueodigma Estudio
Arqueodigma Estudio has completed the design of the Almendro 22 House in a fast-growing residential area within Zapopan, Mexico. This contemporary dwelling offers about 2,700 square feet of luxurious minimalist spaces and direct access to a relaxing, landscaped deck.
The Project is located in one of the exponential and fastest growing areas on the limits of Zapopan. It is located in a private condominium with privileged green areas, which allows the permeability between the exterior and interior, framing the visuals of its gardens.
The house is a challenge for the geometry of its terrain and for the easement that must be respected.
In the first instance, the house is designed based in its exterior gardens, and its vertical circulation creating visuals that frame the exterior, and free the interior space, creating terraces and balconies along the entire route. These circulations divide the private area from the public area of the house. On the ground floor, the study and the bathroom are divided into the leisure area of the house, which is connected to the outside area.
On the upper floor, the interiors are developed with terraces and overlooking garden areas, to generate spaces for the reflection that connects with the vegetation.
A terrace is generated on the roof top, to free up all the built space and to take advantage of the views and tranquility that this privileged place offers us. A space for hang out and rest is created, allowing the house to be integrated with its surroundings.