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  7. Hacienda El Barreno Visitors Pavilion / Grupoarquitectura

Hacienda El Barreno Visitors Pavilion / Grupoarquitectura

  • 13:15 - 8 February, 2017
Hacienda El Barreno Visitors Pavilion / Grupoarquitectura
Hacienda El Barreno Visitors Pavilion / Grupoarquitectura, © Agustín Garza
© Agustín Garza

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© Agustín Garza
© Agustín Garza

Text description provided by the architects. The Project is built in a 19th Century Hacienda in the City of San Juan del Río, Mexico, is a Pavilion to receive guests to events, the concept is to build a very light glass body among the old stone walls of the Hacienda, we design a metallic structure for the large clear bookstore and have the fewest supports so that it looks as transparent as possible, we have a water mirror perimeter to refresh the environment where the whole structure is reflected.

© Agustín Garza
© Agustín Garza
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First Floor Plan
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© Agustín Garza
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© Agustín Garza
© Agustín Garza

The materials that were used basically are structures of metal, glass, stone and wood. The furniture of the room is Minotti and the kitchen is Bulthaup.

© Agustín Garza
© Agustín Garza

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Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Hacienda El Barreno Visitors Pavilion / Grupoarquitectura" 08 Feb 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/804870/pabellon-de-visitas-hacienda-el-barreno-grupoarquitectura/> ISSN 0719-8884