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BGP Arquitectura | MTY House

Architecture bgp arquitectura | MTY House

bgp arquitectura | MTY HouseThe house is located in San Pedro Garza García [in northern Mexico] in a partially-wooded area that has recently been developed in 10,000 square-meter lots and with stringent environmental protection regulations. The rocky and varied topography inspired the project to be developed in a series of boxes that flow between the contours and the surrounding vegetation.

bgp arquitectura | MTY House

© Jaime Navarro

bgp arquitectura | MTY House

© Jaime Navarro

The varied layout is linked through a series of textures and independent patios, creating an interplay of light and shadow and sheltering the house from the region’s extreme climate.

bgp arquitectura | MTY House

© Jaime Navarro

bgp arquitectura | MTY House

© Jaime Navarro

bgp arquitectura | MTY House

© Jaime Navarro

bgp arquitectura | MTY House

© Jaime Navarro

bgp arquitectura | MTY House

© Jaime Navarro

Different parts of the program are located in one of the volumes. Each volume is independent from the others: travertine marble, wood panels, Corten steel, u-glass or exposed concrete. The composition is regulated on an orthogonal pattern—without touching a single existing tree—in which the volumes interconnect via glass corridors, creating a “promenade” through the plot.

bgp arquitectura | MTY House

© Jaime Navarro

bgp arquitectura | MTY House

© Jaime Navarro

Location: Monterrey, México
Architects: BGP  Arquitectura| Bernardo Gomez-Pimienta, Luis Enrique Mendoza
Coordination: Hugo Sánchez, José Barreto, Jesse Rodríguez, Susana Rodríguez, Josué Vázquez, Edgar Juárez, Giovanna Maldonado, Luis Corona, Wendy Wuotto, Valeria Llanos, Christian Santillan, Isabel Raffy
Project name: MTY House
Photography: Jaime Navarro
Design year: 2007-2008
Construction year: 2009-2010
Total area: 10,582 m2.
Build area: 1,000 m2
Constructor: Pórtico
Structure: Colinas de Buen
Installations: DIIN (Diseños Integrales de Ingeniería SA de CV)
Illumination: Luz en Arquitectura
Model: Ramón Álvarez, Jesús Morones, Luis Enrique Mendoza

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