Mountain House by Agraz Arquitectos
Architects: Agraz Arquitectos
Location: Santa Anita Golf Club. Tlajomulco, Jalisco, Mexico
Photo courtesy: Mito Covarrubias
Area: 6,889 sqft / 640 sqm
Never has a name been more suitable. The Mountain clarifies the certain test in this venture: a real estate parcel with an exceedingly complemented incline that obliges full regard.
Being the last territory of the Santa Anita suburb in both, sidelong and back cutoff points, it is exempted of any region at all, other than that of the La Primavera woods at its most elevated top. By the by it is some way or another unconventional on the grounds that despite the fact that it is liberal in matters of space zone, its road front is scarcely 12 meters wide. Along these lines this condition summons the whole program.
Stopping and walker walk sections are subsequently put there, and knowing already this is the way the undertaking is going to add to, the rest speaks the truth taking spaces from the mountain as indicated by the customer’s will and the site motivation.
The house sets into the slant making its geography inhabitable and this is the manner by which the task maintains in four levels: the first for the cars, the following one for social zones (kitchen, living and dinning rooms), third one for principle room alongside family room, and last, a fourth one bound for kid and young lady rooms which have the most advantaged perspectives because of their area in the most noteworthy top of the landscape.
The four stage system required a joining component, which is the reason a ceaseless stairway gets every one of the floors, and in parallel, a corner to corner lift offers effectiveness to intense separations.
Because of the system highlights, the house has in its middle one of the family’s most valuable places: the wine basement. Impeccably set inside of the mountain, it satisfies every one of the necessities to be so: controlled temperature, mugginess and lighting, while it permits place for a wine bar and the ability to indicate other open zones, for example, dinning and family room by a retractile entryway piece.
With this patio essence that conservatives the area slant, the embedded to the mountain house transforms additionally into a Santa Anita scene belvedere, where looking outside in is watching it go into mimesis with the geology. While seeing back to front, is getting a charge out of this brilliant perspective as time, light, Sun and vegetation change all through every child of the year.