Casa ELI by ZD Structure

Casa ELI is a two-story brick home positioned in Atlixco, Mexico, designed in 2021 by ZD Structure.

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The challenge is a Residential Home in Atlixco in collaboration with Structural Engineers Grado50, Danish Retail Furnishings Chain BoConcept Puebla, and Spanish Photographer Jaime Navarro.

The primary thought is to generate three new orientations that may articulate areas and volumes. The bottom ground’s entrance facade faces southwest and it’s aligned with the road, the sidewalk, and neighbors. The primary ground’s entrance facade is barely inclined, so the master suite faces west providing an attractive sundown and a tremendous view of Popocatepetl whereas within the again facade the architect proposes a spatial and massing relationship between volumes that enables him to design a bed room going through south by a brick terrace.

With an 8M centerlines between load-bearing partitions and a 95M2 floor ground development, the consumer specifies the necessity of getting two parking zone, a laundry room, a bed room with a toilet, a kitchen, a eating room, a front room, and a small yard. As if taking part in with Jenga ZD Structure designs the laundry room and each parking tons close to the entry and connects the bedroom-kitchen-dining room-living room to the yard. Subsequent to the doorway, seems a double-height that turns into the staircase, it visually and spatially connects the kitchen-dining room-living room and the entrance terrace with an opened studio on the primary ground.

On the primary ground, there are two bedrooms. The primary one has a totally outfitted toilet with a bath, a 360º opened dressing space with a wardrobe that works as a headboard, and an enormous terrace with a terrific view of Popocatepetl. On the opposite facet, the second has a totally outfitted toilet that lights itself by a skylight. There’s additionally a again terrace and it’s nothing else than a tribute to Iturbide Studio by the nice Mauricio Rocha.

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The challenge seeks materials honesty by uncovered brick partitions, uncovered concrete buildings, pine wooden furnishings and doorways, volcanic rock ground tiles, and polished concrete flooring. Matte black aluminum home windows and lights distinction with white inside partitions.

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