Ita House / Taller5 Arquitectos

  • 06 Mar 2013
  • Houses Selected Works
© Roberto Ortiz

Architects: Taller5 Arquitectos
Location: La Piedad, Michoacan,
Architect In Charge: Octavio Arreola Calleros, Elisa Lerma G. de Q, Mariano Arreola Calleros
Collaborators: René Torres Márquez, Julio Cesar Rivera Pedroza
Construction: Salvador Carrillo C
Area: 680 sqm
Year: 2009
Photographs: Roberto Ortiz

© Roberto Ortiz

Taller5 has been successful in a play whose main theme is the balance between large windows, water mirror and stone finishes through two architectural bodies cuddling a vacuum.

© Roberto Ortiz

One of the volumes serves as the setting for the main activities of the house, making a square to break contain and privileging of sight from the master bedroom, on whose premises the focal point is the balcony. The second body, lower in height, has a very important material hierarchy, made particularly apparent texture displayed by a solid line emerges as a wall tile to become the main living area and finally into the roof of the terrace space that defines and articulates all the activity in the house and that gives visually all, the horizon line.

© Roberto Ortiz

No less important, from the point of access to the house, we see a great character linker element: a lattice steel designed based on a line that evokes endless branches naturally suspended. Raised on this concrete and steel lobby, is the main volume of red marble coated creating the perfect contrast between warm and cold formula repeated in the rest of the finishes chosen.

Ground Floor Plan
Cite: "Ita House / Taller5 Arquitectos" 06 Mar 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 23 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=340426>
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  • Athan

    I am convinced these are rendering… someone prove me otherwise

    • Minkyu Lee

      No. It is HDR photo. Its adjusting DR and contrast to very high point. Well, i dont really appreciate from those photos anyway :p

  • chop suey

    How does the real project look like? These renderings are much too clean.

  • Isadora

    This is very poorly written…