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  7. Casa CorMAnca / PAUL CREMOUX studio

Casa CorMAnca / PAUL CREMOUX studio

  • 01:00 - 23 May, 2013
Casa CorMAnca / PAUL CREMOUX studio
Casa CorMAnca / PAUL CREMOUX studio, © Héctor Armando Herrera
© Héctor Armando Herrera
  • Architects

  • Location

    Ciudad de México, DF, México
  • Architect in Charge

    Paul Cremoux W.
  • Project Team

    Anna Giribets Martin
  • Structure

    Arq. Ricardo Camacho
  • Engeneering

    Ing. José Antonio Lino Mina, DIA.
  • Construction

    Fermín Espinosa, Alfredo Galván, Factor Eficiencia
  • Supervision

    PAUL CREMOUX studio
  • Proyect Year

    2013
  • Photography

© Héctor Armando Herrera © Héctor Armando Herrera © Héctor Armando Herrera © Héctor Armando Herrera +29

From the architect. 2012-2013. On a 12 meters by 13 meters (39ft by 42ft) plot of land, a monolithic volume is transformed in order to attain luminous indoor spaces. Slade stone at the exterior facades is contrasted with the soft beech wood finish, achieving great definition and special discovery. 

© Héctor Armando Herrera
© Héctor Armando Herrera

Built in a small plot of land 176 m2, (1894 SqFt), the construction rises looking south to the vertical vegetation garden wall. It is a 3 stories high assembly where the main terrace is to be found at the second level, follow by a small lecture studio.

© Héctor Armando Herrera
© Héctor Armando Herrera

This area is intent to transform radically the notion of “open patio garden” since there is not really space to ensure a ground courtyard, the main terrace plays a social definitive roll.

© Héctor Armando Herrera
© Héctor Armando Herrera

Recyclable content is highly used in all material and passive energy-temperature control strategies are bound into the core design. Three heat exhaustion chimney work as main devices to control hot temperature at bedrooms areas.

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