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Raw materials and glass facade for a passive house in Mexico

Raw materials and glass facade for a passive house in Mexico


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Taller Estilo Architectura started from the principle that in recent years architecture had focused on synthetic and innovative materials which cost the customer more. They then chose to take the opposite view with the "Raw House" project by using natural materials, easily available in the city, which they left naked to give character to this house. Atypical visit!

A transition entry


David Cervera / Taller Estilo Architectura The entrance to the house acts as a transitional airlock between the exterior of the house and the interior living area. The tone is set with the raw materials and the vegetation settles in to provide quality thermal insulation.

A fully open west facade


David Cervera / Taller Estilo Architectura To provide both light and natural ventilation, the east facade of the house has been replaced by a gigantic glass wall. The complete or partial opening thus makes it possible to control the air flow and to offer an ideal luminosity, also manageable by a curtain. A feat that allows total opening onto the terrace.

A long living room


David Cervera / Taller Estilo Architectura Respecting the plan of the house, the living room is installed lengthwise which makes it possible to easily delimit the different spaces: the living room is installed as close as possible to the glass wall to enjoy the view of the outside and upstairs offer a mezzanine to also take advantage of the light. The raw materials of the walls and the floor meet the wood and leather of the furniture for a decor of character.

Friendly cuisine


David Cervera / Taller Estilo Architectura As an extension of the living room, the dining and kitchen space is intended to be convivial and entirely open to the rest of the house to also benefit from the beautiful luminosity of the glass wall. The materials have been chosen in accordance with the style of construction and the wood thus warms the concrete of the coverings in a style that is both industrial and design.

An equally bright floor


David Cervera / Taller Estilo Architectura The ultra-refined staircase leads to the open floor like a mezzanine so as to take advantage of the brightness of the east facade of the house and offer a superb view of the terrace and the swimming pool to create a space of relaxing tradition between the living room on the ground floor and the private areas upstairs.

A well thought out parental suite


David Cervera / Taller Estilo Architectura The master suite is very spacious with a bedroom opening onto a patio and an adjoining bathroom. The patio thus provides natural light to this northern part of the house both in the bedroom and in the bathroom thanks to its central position. It is also a "chimney" which allows good air circulation.

Raw simplicity


David Cervera / Taller Estilo Architectura In terms of decor, the room is simple and soothing by using raw materials such as concrete on the wall and wood for the furniture and the floor to create a warmer and more comfortable spirit. The patio, which brings light and natural air, looks like a living room.

A functional bathroom


David Cervera / Taller Estilo Architectura The raw materials of the bathroom offer simple and refined comfort with a superb walk-in shower and a wooden washbasin cabinet that installs along the window that overlooks the patio for a original style while enjoying good light.

A pleasant and functional terrace


David Cervera / Taller Estilo Architectura Outside, the terrace allows you to discover from another point of view the large glass wall which distributes air and light which can also be managed thanks to an imposing white curtain. As for the swimming pool, its role is not only dedicated to relaxation because it allows the air to cool before it enters the house. Or how pleasure and functionality combine for the best of architecture! More info: www.tallerestiloarquitectura.com