AAMarquitectos | Palapa/grill – house Cano
Imagine, create and build a space whose purpose was family life and friendships, in an area adjacent to the existing home, looking for a larger view and enjoyment of transparency, this was the most significant desire by the owner. The object a single space, the solution of a cover that protects the changing climate conditions and extremes in this city of Monterrey, Mexico. With transparent glass doors of 9mm tempered, completely folding each and every one of your sheets, stainless steel fittings sliding on rails embedded in floor and beam steel, making this system cross the imaginary shadow of its own geometry and live well one space.
We call this space Palapa-Grill, because it satisfies the taste of the owner of the famous roast, as usual in this region, perfect excuse for meeting with family and friends who like to watch football games on TV or some other event.
Palapa-grill built on a single level of 105 m2 of construction on a site with an area of 488 m2 and consists within the following areas, BBQ-kitchen-bar, a common area that can be divided or separated from outside the fold of tempered glass doors and a bathroom comprising sink-toilet. Outside is a garden with playground, water mirror of 2 x 2 meters. with waterfall 24 “projection wall and direct integration with other existing areas such as swimming pool with Jacuzzi, wooden deck finish 6″ x 1 “quinilla.
The cover of the geometry is of reinforced concrete and prestressed beams system with f’c 550 kg/cm2, lightened with clay block, supporting this cover on a beam high up cant supported only two points. All interior and exterior flat are zarpeo thermal base with 1 “thick and fine finish, in floor tiles are porcelain, grigio model 24″ x 24 “brand Castel, the system of glass folding doors 9mm tempered latch button and sliding stainless steel fittings on rails embedded in wall and beam.Location: Sierra Alta, Monterrey, México Architect: AAMarquitectos Project name: Palapa/grill – house Cano Lot area: 488.00 m2 Construction area: 105.00 m2 Year: 2011 Photo: Alejandro Macias Facebook: AAMarquitectos