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Pilgrim Route Refuge / Luis Aldrete

  • Architects: Luis Aldrete
  • Location: Jalisco, Mexico
  • Architects: Luis Aldrete
  • Project Team: Magui Peredo, Cynthia Mojica
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Photographs: Francisco Perez

© Francisco Perez © Francisco Perez © Francisco Perez © Francisco Perez

From the architect. The strategy consists of a series of base modules which can be multiplied in order to give form to the project, and which make the project capable of adaptation and growth. The atmosphere makes sense when two kind of pieces made of ‘adobe clay’ color -which is one of the predominant colors of the region- configure space.

© Francisco Perez
© Francisco Perez

One of them is an essential piece to perform a lattice perimeter at the buildings that reflect the play of light and shadows created by the roofs of oak leaves used in most of the rest of the surroundings, which contain a great deal of sensitivity and space quality.

Plan
Plan

Text provided by Luis Aldrete

© Francisco Perez
© Francisco Perez
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