* 콘크리트 블록을 통해 모듈식 공간을 구성한 주택-[ omar lópez ] casa guadalupe

주택 부지의 절반을 정원으로 사용하여, 야외 레크리에이션 공간을 위한 기회뿐만 아니라 도시와 주변의 자연 경관에 대한 조망을 할 수 있는 기회를 제공한다. 1층과 2층 창문은 프라이버시를 지킬 수 있게 설계되었고, 콘크리트 블록을 통해 모듈식 공간을 구성하였다.

 

casa guadalupe by omar lópez bautista is located in the outskirts of oaxaca, mexico. due to the surrounding area being in constant development, the brief required that the house be designed to appear ‘unfinished’ from the outside. from the imposing nature and proportions of the concrete construction, the resulting house intends to achieve the sensation of being an inhabitable monolith.


by using half of the site as a garden, opportunity for outdoor recreational space is generated as well as views towards the city and the surrounding natural landscape. by using concrete blocks, bautista has created modular spaces. the windows on the first and second floor are positioned in an effort to gain privacy from neighbours, while the ground floor seeks to generate the largest connection possible with the garden area through larger and multiple openings.


the functionality of casa guadalupe is developed through two main axis, a horizontal and a vertical one. the first axis is more public and is a succession of spaces of varying uses, garden, communal and service areas, those related to social activities and recreation. the second axis is more private and corresponds to the development of personal activities and rest. this project defies different design challenges, yet with a limited budget and inexperienced labor force, bautista has designed a house in keeping with the surrounding context. 



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