Koz House (2012) by TACHER ARCHITECTS

Situated in Zapopan, Mexico, Koz House (2012) by TACHER ARCHITECTS | The Hardt

 

Situated in Zapopan, Mexico, Koz House (2012) by TACHER ARCHITECTS. The project is developed in a rectangular lotion oriented north/south on two levels and a half level more underground that houses the garage and services, which communicates directly to the main hall of the house. Geometry is ordered in a simple and austere way responding with strict adherence to the architectural program, without this meaning renouncing spatial richness, since the very intention of the project itself is to generate the largest amount of open space from a system of suspended structure, in this way the plant is organized in a binuclear scheme that is articulated through a central courtyard that crosses all levels, a patella that in addition to delimit and organize uses descompacta the volume endowing the public area, which is accessible through a walkway, cross ventilation and a view surrounded by vegetation.

 

 

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