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In Progress: Cereso House / Jesus Davila Arquitectos

In Progress: Cereso House / Jesus Davila Arquitectos
© Jesus Davila
© Jesus Davila

Architect: Jesus Davila arquitectos Location: Aguascalientes, Mexico Client: Karla Judith Medina Design Year: 2009 Construction Year: 2010-2011 Project Area: 125 sqm (25 sqm each floor) Photographs: Ignacio Herrera

With the chance of criticizing with every project what you like or dislike about what you live every day.

© Ignacio Herrera
© Ignacio Herrera

This project, without being the exception, questioned the richness of the space on Mexican land, and the lack of culture on the unrestrained demographic growth and oriented to saturate the land with constructions, when sometimes it’s not that necessary.

© Ignacio Herrera
© Ignacio Herrera
© Jesus Davila
© Jesus Davila

When the intervened terrain has very limited measures, and it’s context, within 3 m height, has no climate nor esthetical use, then you’ll need to look for on higher heights, the views that favor the relationship between the building with the interior, by the means of making them totally pleasing, despite fact they are small.

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floor plans
© Ignacio Herrera
© Ignacio Herrera

Cite: Nico Saieh. "In Progress: Cereso House / Jesus Davila Arquitectos" 13 Sep 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/77310/in-progress-cereso-house-jesus-davila-arquitectos/> ISSN 0719-8884
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