dosa studio completes “casa tepoztlán”
Positioned in Tepoztlán, the standard one Mexican metropolis surrounded by excessive hills, this personal Home captures the magical allure of its rural environment. Architects Raúl Medina and Sergio Sousa from native follow Dosa Studio have been invited to finish the venture as early as 2022, seeking to the area’s vernacular constructing strategies and supplies – particularly adobe and volcanic rock – to design an hourglass-shaped dwelling that it spans two flooring and communicates with its lush inexperienced context to the porous essential facade.
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contemplative and mystical areas, open to the panorama
Particularly, the entrance facade of “Casa Tepoztlán” opens with huge stone partitions to an outdated Amate tree that appears keen to enter the home areas. There, the doorway merges with the interior corridor on the opening of the wood mullions, making a grand vestibule that merges the inside with the outside. Within the heart of the home, the workforce la Dosa Studio injected a spherical opening between the slabs of the principle corridor, linked to the sky by a reflecting pool.
a porous facade
‘This ends in a component of contemplation, which additionally operates as a mirrored image of the passage of time. An everyday move of sunshine is captured inside and strikes all through the day. The encircling backyard composed of layers of vegetation extends in direction of the hills, blurring the boundaries of the enclosure, making it seem infinite.,’ concludes Dosa Studio.
inviting the outside to enter
endowing the design with a mystical environment