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Joshua Ascencio + Architects:在在蒙特雷大学校园内的教学楼中心区域,有一个引人注目的半荫花园,花园中有19棵较高的树木,并由一条环绕蒙特雷市的东马德雷山脉(Sierra Madre Oriental)勾勒出轮廓。Playita花园向学校展示了在校园内拥有自然户外空间的重要性,如此一来,学生们就可以在课间休息时放松身心,并在长时间待在教室之后有新的发现。

Joshua Ascencio + Architects:Located in the central core of the school buildings inside campus, there is a remarkable semi-shade garden that groups nineteen medium tall trees and outlined by the presence of the Sierra Madre Oriental, a mountain chain that frames the City of Monterrey. The Jardin La Playita evokes to schools about the importance of having nature outdoor spaces on campus so students could seek physical and mental health during schools breaks for them to rediscover after a prolonged stay inside classrooms.


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The main design purpose of this project was to transform a garden used as a circulatory area, into a recreational outdoor space for students to stay during break periods. Therefore, to develop this project we worked on five design point:


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The first design point creates the definition of encounter points through intersection paths that its main function was to force students to stop for them to meet classmates or even admire the landscape. The second design point proposes a wide range of activities by using loose and non-fixed furniture so students can choose between study, read, relax, socialize, eat or just contemplating landscape. The third design point marks the importance of community and the sense of belonging through the implementation of urban orchards and endemic gardens, so students can gather and plant their own plants and watch their vegetables grow while at the same time induces the student to feel part of the project. The fourth design point addresses the importance of the environment by using recycling materials for the metal modular open-air structure assembled with recycled W– profile pieces. As well as the saving of the nineteen medium tall trees already on site that became the main protagonist of this project. And the fifth design point that indicates the importance of comfort through the application of thirty – two raised gardens that creates a green roof sky that gives a visual spectacle to viewers walking on the higher levels of the classroom buildings, but its main function is to reduce the thermal sensation to students that gathers on the ground level and shelter them from the extreme hot weather that characterizes the north of Mexico during the major part of the year.


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项目名称:Jardin La Playita
项目地点:墨西哥蒙特雷Prepa UDEM

设计公司:Joshua Ascencio + Architects
Instagram 帐户:joshuascencio
首席建筑师:Joshua Ascencio
设计团队:Luis Castillo、Octavio Muñoz、Jaime Estrada。
客户:University of Monterrey – UDEM
图片来源:The Raws – Paco Alvarez

Project Name: Jardin La Playita
Completion Year: 2021
Scale: 3000 sq.m
Project Location: Prepa UDEM – Monterrey, Mexico

Landscape/Architecture Firm: Joshua Ascencio + architects
Instagram account: joshuascencio
Contact e-mail: joshuascencio@gmail.com
Lead Architects: Joshua Ascencio
Design Team: Luis Castillo, Octavio Muñoz, Jaime Estrada.
Clients: University of Monterrey – UDEM
Photo Credits: The Raws – Paco Alvarez




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