墨西哥 LJ30 住宅(LJ30 House )- CDM Casas de México

编辑导读:这座住宅融合了大庄园式的空间体验与东方意识形态下的自然生机,在强调墨西哥传统居住环境的同时融入了“风水”的理念,五行元素,金木水火土能量的流动。(经典值评价:7)
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项目概况:
建筑设计:CDM Casas de México
地点:墨西哥(Zapopan, Mexico)
主持建筑师:Javier Dueas, Jaime de Obeso
建筑面积:1788.0 m2
完工时间:2017
照片版权:Lorena Darquea
 
项目简介:
关于设计概念及设计资源
我们的身份常常被我们是谁、我们来自哪里以及我们要到哪里去所定义,这是区别个体间不同特质的三个重要问题。设计也是如此,在这里,建筑氛围令使用者铭记每一处空间的品质。
 
对于这座住宅来说,有两种截然不同的设计原则:大庄园式的空间体验与东方意识形态下的自然生机,这会成为塑造住宅固有的和谐、亲近个性的前提。一方面,住宅构想重塑一种新的庄园生活模式,作为一种探寻田园生活与实际需求如何相互结合的启发,而非单纯地强调历史意义。
 
户主是几位古董收藏家,他们希望通过建筑来传递对古董的热爱。收藏品在建筑空间中成为主角,而混杂在其中的现代家具用来减弱生活在博物馆中的感觉。
 
另一方面,风水学等协调法则中提到的“能量平衡”也是很必要的,它体现在设计的每一个方面。因此,设计对尺度、材料、场地及比例都予以特别关注。
 
这些限制条件的并置使得设计一个舒适、现代的住宅充满挑战,设计的目标是为户主提供能与家人和朋友共处的墨西哥传统居住环境。
 
能量流动是最为基本的。以庄园作为最初概念,建筑各层平面以及每个物质性空间的分布都满足和谐共处的原则。风水的要旨体现在多种空间形态的组织中:主入口前设有安达卢西亚式喷泉,往内通向庭院,中间的广玉兰树重新划分了流线,居住者可以由一侧的铁艺楼梯上到二层或从另一侧进入被木方盒子酒吧间隔断的起居室,后部的火坑完成了整个元素环线:水、土、金、木与火。
 
在这样的环线下,社交空间如同庄园内的房间一样相互连接。住宅与室外的联系在此极为重要,周围的壮丽美景与室内的庭院之间存在着微妙的过渡。通高、大窗户和对称性等要素的整合为住宅增添了活力,也强化了对庄园的空间转译。
 
最后,收藏品的置入增添了一份亲近感与独特性,现代感的设计营造出的精妙氛围维系着户主的期望,他们可以邀请朋友与家人,共同体验丰富多彩的生活。

Architecture and Construction Team:Delfino Lozano, Daniel Villalba, Gabriela González, Gustavo Martin, Adriana Alarcón,Gabriela Serrano, Ernesto Godínez, Rodrigo Carreón
Plumbing installations:IPLA
Illumination:Artenluz
Electrical calculation:GRB
Automation:AVS
Carpentry:Creativos en Carpintería
Window shop:Ventalum y Alejandro Rojo
Harmonization:Ana Mejía
Kitchen:PIACERE
Interior design:MUMO
Landscaping:CDM Casas de México

About the concept and the design resources
Identity is frequently defined by who we are, where do we come from and where do we go; these three vital moments characterize individuality and, supported by design, are translated into atmospheres allowing the user to imprint that identity in every space.
 
 
For this house, two rather remote design principles were specified: the sensations obtained from the spatiality of haciendas, and the energetic fundamentals present in oriental ideologies. This will be the premise to establish the house personality that searches inherently for harmony and familiarity. On one side, the house was conceived with the purpose of rescuing the modus vivendi of haciendas that served as inspiration for the search of a bucolic character that merges with the actual design, avoiding historicisms.
 
 
The users, antique collectors, wanted to transmit the passion for the antique with an architecture that allowed key pieces to be the protagonists in the space, mixing contemporary furniture to elude the impression of living in a gallery.
 
 
On the other side, it was necessary that the energetic balance obtained through harmonization disciplines like feng shui, was present in every aspect of the design. For this, special attention was paid to dimensions, materials, site and proportions.
 
 
The juxtapositions of these conditions is what generated the challenge of creating a house that transmits a cozy and contemporary sensation, whose goal is to be enjoyed and lived in a traditional mexican way: with friends and family.
 
 
The energy flow resulted fundamental. With the hacienda as primary concept, the distribution of the spaces followed a series of harmonic principles that determined not only the architectural floor plans but also the materiality of every space. The feng shui standards were included in diverse shapes such as a principal entry with an andalusian inspired fountain that connects with a patio where a Magnolia redirects the inhabitant into the staircase framed by a metallic rail, or into the living room delimited by a wood cube that reveals a bar once opened. To the back, a fire pit completes the circle of elements: water, soil, metal, wood and fire.
 
 
Around this circle, the social areas interconnect each other in the same way hacienda rooms do. The relation with the exterior became remarkably important being the house able to enjoy the imposing views that surround it and the interior patio through very subtle transitions. This, combined with considerable heights, large windows and symmetry, provide the house with a certain dynamism that strengthens the reinterpretation of the hacienda.
 
 
Lastly, familiarity and singularity were obtained by placing antiques along with a contemporary design to conceived sophisticated atmospheres that maintain the personality the clients wanted to reflect in the house they would share with friends and family, creating a kaleidoscope of experiences.
 





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