Rio Blanco Pavilion by Estudio Carme Pinós
The task comprises of a little resting structure confronting a stupendous perspective of the Barranco del Rio Dulce, in the Mexican city of Guadalajara, beside a stallion riding rehearse coliseum.
We needed the structure to open to the perspectives and the earth, however in the meantime, to give a picture of robustness suitable to the stone dividers found in the site.
The building is determined with three modules containing the system requiring more security: the lavatory, a little space for rest and kitchen (despite the fact that this is interested in the lounge area). These modules are counterbalanced by pivoting about the geography, with the chimney as the entrance of revolution. This development results in more open spaces, for example, the lounge area, parlor and study.
The structure is made of wooden pillars that take after the course of the most extreme length, which appears to be silly at first yet transforms the rooftop into a coffer that clarifies the turn of the modules well and gives a sentiment extensive size. While from the outside the structure is seen obscure and little, from inside the impact is the inverse, with an impression of abundancy and straightforwardness.
This task has looked for an impact of agelessness and solace. The great comprehension with the customer drove us to outline down to the last detail, including all furniture aside from the seats and lights.
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