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PAUL CREMOUX studio

PAUL CREMOUX studio

México Distrito Federal, MX

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Casa NM14

The main interest of the project is to respond to a series of themes: the relationship between a steep topography and the new construction; clean energy production; economic maintenance aspects; a zero-energy home strategy and specifics customer’s needs are among the issues that intend to establish a philosophy of growth and enrichment for the specific natural site.

The structure is planted in three levels ranging from: street level 0 (access), level -1 (all social areas) and level -2 (bedroom and private areas). The central volume of the house is oriented towards the south, and it acts as a thermal mass (thermostat device) allowing all adjoining areas to be heated regulated.

As an economic strategy, level -2, where bedrooms are located, is a volume aligned with the natural contours lines of the site topography and with the orientation.

Overall project footprint area answers to a logic of “Plant Salvation”; a maximum number of oak trees are kept. This enables the correct distribution of green roofs that will produce all energy required by the house.

 
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Status: Unbuilt
Location: Cerrada del Carmen, Mexico City
Firm Role: Design Architect
Additional Credits: Design Architect:
Paul Cremoux W.
Project Team:
Jonathan Castañeda.
Structural Engineering:
Ing. Juan Perez G.
MEP Engineering:
Ing. Jose Antonio Lino Mina, DIA.
Sustainability Intelligence:
PAUL CREMOUX studio and Ing. Jose Antonio Lino Mina DIA.
Landscape Design:
Manuel Angel Bugallo, BUO Arquitectura.
General Contractor:
Not Defined
Status:
Pending for official approval.


 
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