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       由David Pedroza Castañeda设计的Narigua别墅,被群山环抱,与世隔绝,风景优美,周边遍布墨西哥北部的特色植物和野生动物,可以360度欣赏周围壮观的风景。

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       对于该建筑,周边稠密的树林算是一大设计挑战,横向生长的雪松树会对视线造成阻碍,因此设计师决定抬高住宅,使其高于树梢。一个缓坡连接所有功能区的底层,高差约10米。

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       为了保留绿化现状,建筑平面围绕一些老杉树布置几个区域。每层的平面根据不同设计条件进行布局。

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       建筑整体由三个不同的体块组成。第一部分是车库和储藏间,第二部分是门厅、主卧室和通往低层的楼梯,第三部分是厨房、服务设施和公共区。别墅西侧是户外活动区,可俯瞰壮丽的山景。
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       底层包括一些可循环使用的带有家具的房间。当客人来访的时候,这些房间可以作为客人卧室使用。这一层也包括两个半地下室,站在屋顶上,周边景色一览无余。

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       与其建筑外立面相反,室内采用通透的玻璃材质,使得户外风景成为日常生活的一部分。同时设计中也选取了部分如厚重的墙壁,平屋顶,木材等传统的墨西哥建筑元素。

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       建筑材料为别墅带来了质朴而永恒的外观。在这里,绘画、面具和雕塑的摆放,传统元素与现代家具进行了完美结合。房间里的其他摆设并列排在一起,虽是一种简单的分布却能定义出复杂的图像。

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       彩色的墙壁和巨大的玻璃窗与大自然景观融为一体,使人几乎感受不到这是一座建筑。从远处看去,很容易误认为这是地质变化所形成的天然景观。

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       通往Narigua的小路和路边的矮墙是用泥土颜色的石头堆砌,与群山和树木形成鲜明对比。一座处在无限美丽风景中,且与大自然融为一体的石砌建筑,它的形成与存在不得不说是巧夺天工。

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项目信息:
设计事务所:David Pedroza Castañeda
地点:墨西哥新莱昂州
设计师:David Pedroza Castañeda (P+0 Arquitectura)
项目面积:750平米
项目时间:2013年
摄影师:Sofia Flores Chapa
承包商:Paralelo Estándares Globales en Construcción. Ing. Arturo Barbosa, Ing. Hyaell Briones, Arq. Beatriz Chavez.
结构工程:Ing. Emilio Gonzalez
第一阶段施工经理:Punto 3. Arq. Jesus González, Arq. Diego Gonzalez
合作者和室内设计:Arq. Adriana Guisa, Arq. Oswaldo Salazar.


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Narigua House / David Pedroza Castañeda
From the architect. We find Narigua House in “El Jonuco” a beautiful place where we enjoy from 360o of spectacular views. This mountain-enclosed neighbourhood reminds us of numerous Mexican towns where tall mountains limit the valley where its inhabitants settle. Here, its residents live alongside with the typical vegetation and wildlife found in northern México.
The site is densely populated by local trees that pose a serious design challenge: A house that enjoys the view of the mountains while respecting the existing ecosystem. Because of the horizontal growth of the cedar trees that block the view, a “forest of columns” is not an option. The only possible solution is to lift the house and make it fly above the tree tops. A mild slope road reaches the ground floor, 10m above the road, where all the essential spaces are located.
To preserve the existing greenery the floor plan is divided into zones that get around a group of old cedar trees. Because each level responds to different conditions each plan, in itself simple, is different to the others.
The building is divided in three different volumes. The first one contains the garage and storage spaces. The entrance hall, master bedroom and the staircase to the lower level are located in the second volume while the third volume contains the kitchen, service and social areas. Outdoor life occurs on the west side of the house in a group of terraces that overlook the focal point of the residence: two spectacular mountains that almost touch.
The lower level serves as a plinth for the ground floor and contains a number of “recyclable” chambers with furniture that allows them to transform into the guest bedrooms. This floor also contains two half-buried technical rooms that free the rooftop to enjoy an enormous belvedere surrounded completely by the landscape.
Contrary to its massive exterior image, inside the house the transparency of the glass makes the exterior views part of everyday life. Windows dialogue with thick walls, flat roofs and the timber beams we find in traditional Mexican architecture.
The material palette gives the project a rustic, timeless appearance that serves as background for various objects. Antiques live alongside with contemporary furniture while the parallel world of paintings, masks and sculptures claim our attention. The house’s treasures allure our eyes to stay inside before escaping to the natural scenario on the other side of the glass.
The different elements of the program, placed in a juxtaposition of volumes define the complex image that emerges from a simple distribution.
The coloured walls and enormous floor to ceiling windows reflect the landscape and make the house disappear. When seen from a distance it is easy to mistake Narigua for a geological accident.
The roads and walls are paved with the stones of the land and the colours of its dirt, its form contrasts with the mountains and trees. Narigua house is a stone work humbly placed in an impressive landscape.


Project Credits:
Architects: David Pedroza Castañeda
Location: El Jonuco, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Architect In Charge: David Pedroza Castañeda (P+0 Arquitectura)
Project Area: 750 sqm
Project Year: 2013
Photographs: Sofia Flores Chapa
Contractor: Paralelo Estándares Globales en Construcción. Ing. Arturo Barbosa, Ing. Hyaell Briones, Arq. Beatriz Chavez.
Structure: Ing. Emilio Gonzalez
Phase 1 Construction Manager: Punto 3. Arq. Jesus González, Arq. Diego Gonzalez
Collaborators And Interior Design: Arq. Adriana Guisa, Arq. Oswaldo Salazar.


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