Casa Mezquite / BAG arquitectura

Casa Mezquite / BAG arquitectura

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Aguascalientes, Mexico
  • Architects: BAG arquitectura
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  454
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2015
  • Photographs
    Photographs : Oscar Hernández
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Ecocarpinteria, Euroalum, Granito, Interceramic, Madd monkey, Marmol
  • Structural Calculation : Jesús de Luna Rodríguez
  • Architect In Charge : Aldo Ojeda Lopez, Ana Cecilia Saiz
  • City : Aguascalientes
  • Country : Mexico
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© Oscar Hernández

Text description provided by the architects. The building lies on a 507m2 ground, nearly at the center of which grows a mesquite tree that was preserved within the building. Because of this, the entire layout of the house gravitates around the tree, thus making it into the foremost element within the intents of this architectural project, and greatly enriching it.

© Oscar Hernández

The main front presents several solid volumes, which feature different color and texture qualities. Steel, quarry and small windows endow the project with security and privacy, both of which were heavily stressed by the client.

© Oscar Hernández
Floor Plan 01
© Oscar Hernández

The house is divided in two floors. The ground floor holds all social spaces, which are united by a double-height large lobby that houses the drawing room. All these spaces open widely to the mesquite tree and take great pride from it. 

© Oscar Hernández

The social-natured main garden, located at the same spot as the mesquite tree, is also united by a small terrace to the private dry-environment garden. The latter is composed of sea stone and a small palm tree, providing the kitchen/dining room with a distinct feeling to that of the larger green area.

© Oscar Hernández
Floor Plan 02
© Oscar Hernández

The high floor holds the private spaces: main and secondary bedrooms, homework studio, and TV room. This last room lies on a wood-lined volume that delimits the dining room and enables the view of the living room and garden through a double-height. The main bedroom is isolated from the other areas by a privacy-bringing bridge.

© Oscar Hernández

Through sobriety and sheer elegance, the different finishes seek to bestow unique qualities to each space, by simultaneously differentiating and integrating them.

© Oscar Hernández

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Cite: "Casa Mezquite / BAG arquitectura" [Casa Mezquite / BAG arquitectura] 04 Apr 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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