Chipicas Town Houses designed by Alejandro Sánchez García Arquitectos
Architects: Alejandro Sánchez García Arquitectos
Location: Valle de Bravo, Edp. de Mexico, Mexico
Area: 720 sqm
The Chipicas Town Houses are four free single structures, which were constructed inside a private greenhouse in downtown Valle de Bravo, Mexico.
The vertical outline was utilized to rescue the greater part of the vegetation, and in addition, an answer for the little foot shaped impression. The Chipicas Houses were planned with two sides of the façade made of floor to roof windows and two sides with a skin made of wooden grid to pick up a feeling of security.
Every house is a three-story building with an extra rooftop garden, and comprises of two rooms, 2.5 bathrooms, living and eating territory, TV room, kitchen, and pantry.
Our logic is straightforward and coherent outline, building design that is not gaudy, that is conclusive in its utilization of neighborhood materials; immortal and otherworldly.
We put stock in steady correspondence with the earth, with the setting, with the previous, as a fair dialog that involves in situ mindfulness.
The compositional result needs to mirror this rule in each perspective: fundamentally, in capacity and structure, and with its materials.