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Craft Arquitectos | ATZ LIVING

Architecture CRAFT Arquitectos | ATZ LIVING

“Live for modules”

The proposed concept is based on the intention of generating modules 15 m² where they develop each of the areas of architectural and which are generated by open and continuous spaces. These modules provide the ability to adapt to each family home as needed, with the ability to extend in a clean, orderly and low operating cost.

CRAFT Arquitectos | ATZ LIVING

CRAFT Arquitectos | ATZ LIVINGThe property is well suited to the terrain. Because it has a steep slope, they set the levels means that set up a central vertical circulation. Thus, the modules are being established subtly on the contour suggested by the natural topography.
CRAFT Arquitectos | ATZ LIVING

CRAFT Arquitectos | ATZ LIVINGFrom a red primary metal structure, this is structurally linking each of the modules, which generate large windows lit and ventilated by a green area deprivation, which provides a quiet and secluded. Based on media spaces are generated levels double heights and large windows, and a roof garden that allows an overview of the environment.

CRAFT Arquitectos | ATZ LIVINGThe idea of continuous open space and gave us the opportunity to use a few walls, they work to contain washrooms proposed project center and facilities become more efficient, while generating a central core adds stiffness the whole structure.

Location: Atizapán de Zaragoza, Estado de México, Mexico
Architect: CRAFT Arquitectos
Surface:
Terrain: 140 m²
Built: 200 m²
Year: 2009
Contributors: Arq. Alan Rahmane Azar, Arq. Michelle Cadena Chenge, Arq. Gerardo Gutiérrez, Arq. Mario Godínez, Lic. Jonathan Askenazi
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