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Taller de Arquitectura Contextual:纳沙克之家(Casa Nahsac)是一座独立家庭住宅,位于Conkal市(墨西哥梅里达城区)住宅综合体内,可以无限期使用。项目将传统尤卡坦建筑的价值观引入商业住宅计划,以便在未来居民和区域环境之间建立更加协调的关系。

Taller de Arquitectura Contextual: Casa Nahsac is a single-family house designed for an indefinite user located within a residential complex in the municipality of Conkal (metropolitan area of the city of Mérida, Mexico). The goal was to introduce the values of traditional Yucatecan Architecture to a commercial housing scheme, in order to establish a more coherent relationship between future inhabitants and the regional environment.


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The access to the property is located between staggered concrete slabs and native trees, which finish with a covered area for protection of the sun and rain, which is connected to a covered garage for two cars. At this point is the main door, which opens to a portico that functions as a distributor between the private and public areas of the house. This surrounds an interior courtyard that contains a ciricote tree (Mayan fruit tree) that introduce natural lighting and cross ventilation to the interior spaces.


▼入口和车库 The entrance and covered garage

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The social areas (kitchen, dining room and living room) were integrated into a room contained by north-facing windows that reinforce the connection with the backyard where the open terrace, the pool, the garden and a reserve area are located for possible extensions. This zone considers a service access directly connected to the garage.


▼社交区域 The social areas

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© Leo Espinosa


▼后院 The backyard

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© Leo Espinosa
© Leo Espinosa



The rest of the ground floor houses the staircase module, the guest bathroom and a versatile space with a full bathroom that functions as a bedroom / study, all accessible from the aforementioned portico.


▼楼梯 The staircase module


▼门廊 The portico

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On the upper floor is the master bedroom floating between the central patio and the rear, which contains a walk-in closet with a full bathroom, terrace and private patio. Similarly, there is a linen closet, the secondary bedroom with a bathroom and private patio, and the laundry room with a clothesline.


▼浴室 The bathroom

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▼阳台 The terrace


▼带壁橱、浴室和私人露台的次级卧室 Secondary bedroom with linen closet, bathroom and private patio



The volumetry is defined by the orientation of the lot. The front facade faces south, so its openings are rather discreet. The east and west facades are open corridors that respond to the construction regulations of the area and from which the maintenance accesses are generated and natural lighting and ventilation are improved. The rear facade facing north is the most transparent as it favors natural lighting and capture the prevailing winds of the region which, working in conjunction with the interior patio and a series of ventilated zenith openings, provides cross ventilation and natural lighting to all living spaces in the house, promoting health and thermal comfort.


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The modulation of the building optimizes the most common construction system in the area based on concrete blocks, beams and slabs, avoiding cost overruns derived from waste. Materiality is focused on warmth, cleanliness and luminosity. A rubberized stucco with ivory paint was used on interior and exterior walls and ceilings; cedar wood and natural fibers for fixed furniture and doors, national travertine marble floors in matt finish, aluminum and blacksmithing in matt natural color, clear and frosted glass, details in matt granite and yellow screen-printed glass, stainless steel faucets and door handles.


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The interior design is perceived in the design of the fixed furniture integrated into the architecture, which was proposed from practicality and common sense. The landscaping includes endemic vegetation with flowers and fruits that generate food for wildlife such as iguanas, bees and birds.



▼一层平面图 Plan of 1st floor

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▼二层平面图 Plan of 2nd floor

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▼立面图 Elevation

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▼剖面图 Section

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建筑设计:TACO taller de arquitectura contextual
结构:TACO taller de arquitectura contextual
团队:Carlos Patrón Ibarra、Alejandro Patrón Sansor、Ana Patrón Ibarra、Karla Gómez Luna、Libia Aguilar
地块面积:406.00 平方米
建筑面积:246.00 平方米
摄影:Leo Espinosa

Project name: NAHSAC HOUSE
Architectural Design: TACO taller de arquitectura contextual
Construction: TACO taller de arquitectura contextual
Team: Carlos Patrón Ibarra, Alejandro Patrón Sansor, Ana Patrón Ibarra, Karla Gómez Luna, Libia Aguilar
Lot Surface: 406.00 sqm
Construction Area: 246.00 sqm
Completion year: 2021
Location: Merida, Mexico
Photography: Leo Espinosa


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