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Inspired on Kaufmann’s house from architect Richard Neutra at Palm Springs, this project was designed using rectilinear strokes to créate a light sensation in its structure, also benefiting from its view of the Sierra Potosina.

The Project is characterized by the use of passive systems, with the goal of creating the right function in matters of comfort in response to the site ́s climate. The front part of the ground is oriented to the north, so it was decided to turn the settlement house 30 ° to the west, allowing the entry of the sun on cold days, as the wind in warm days.

Over the south facade dominates a solid on the main span, provoking sun’s radiation to be captured during daylight and transmitted to the inside at night into the private área, with the purpose of increasing the inside temperature during the night. 

Partner in charge:

Gerardo Broissin

Project Architect:

Gerardo Broissin,

Rodrigo Jiménez

Team:

Alejandro Rocha

Photography:

Paul Rivera,

Alexandre d'la Roche

Area:

900 sqm

Location:

San Luis Potosii City

Location:

San Luis Potosí México

 

Partner in Charge:

Gerardo Broissin

 

Project Architect:

Rodrigo Jiménez

 

Team:

David Suárez

Alejandro Rocha

 

Photography:

Paul Riverfa

Alejandro Rocha

 

Area:

900m2

 

Year:

2010

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