AA House by Parque Humano

AA House by Parque Humano

Architects: Parque Humano
Location: Mexico city, Mexico
Year: 2011
Area: 1,310 sqm
Photo courtesy: Paul Rivera, ArchPhoto

This house is an investigation on the hint of an assortment of formal and compositional genealogies in the progressing change of the present day abiding that ranges from Neutra’s Kaufmann House to the Case Study Housing Program.


This house was composed as a man-made structure for watching and living in close nearness to nature. Sorted out around an open scene, the outcome is a L-formed arrangement one room wide, a convergence of the two tomahawks emanating from the focal living/eating space in which all rooms flank the swimming pool and face the perspective of the recreation center.


Pushing the breaking points of inside space through the utilization of floor to roof glass openings, we tried to bring house and scene into a higher solidarity. More than a piece on lines and planes, this private configuration gives a structure to acknowledging nature.


Through the utilization of a take structure we made a more prominent sentiment gentility and openness. Through the utilization of shades we gave shade and lessened glare. Block was a basic material in the house, block gave protection to amazing temperatures essentially from the serious summer heat. We made an exceptional creation whereby dividers compose space yet don’t bear weight.


The rectilinear organization is bolstered by the clear scene planned by Pamela Burton. The pool, not just recreational resource, likewise strengthens the perspective from the inside through its always showing signs of change impressions of the sky and mists.

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