L House by Dellekamp Arquitectos in Valle de Bravo, Mexico
venture: L HouseArchitects: region: Valle de Bravo, MexicoArea: 5,629 sq.ftPhotographs with the aid of: Sandra Pereznieto
have designed a current L-shaped residence close to the town of Valle de Bravo in Mexico. stimulated by the shape of the building, the residence is referred to as the L residence and at the start sight, it looks as if it's far instantly out of any other world while as compared to its environment. however its creation preserved the character around it, wrapping the house around the present bushes and permitting the plants to slowly take over the house, as a consequence developing an amazingly robust connection to its natural environment.
This weekend residence is created by way of uniting volumes to make an L form with a protected roof. Patios are inserted into the longest extent, preserving pre-exiting trees on site, permitting vegetation to take over the assignment, and creating a house-in-a-courtyard (but a residence with out courtyards). In these approaches, the house interweaves vegetation and explores the patio typology.
The distribution of the residence offers the guests and owners general independence. A terrace mediates privacy, and an inner hall connects the exceptional rooms with movement like in a cloister.
With the feature door-windows, the house is alway opens as much as the garden and wooded area, and allows perspectives from indoors volumes out to the Lake of Valle del Bravo.
The patios at the ends of the house are left open to the panorama, and – no longer being included –evoke the sensation of ruins.
The protected terrace, being the maximum pubic are of the residence, will become the primary space for interplay among owners and guests. seen upon coming into, it invites newly arrived visitors to rest.