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Guillermo Tirado Architects：该项目旨在不影响现有住宅周围环境的情况下，为物业提供一个可直接进出外部的通道，所以我们在住宅旁的战略扩展区域，建设了一个面积为191.10平方米的展馆。为了将入口走廊、开放露台与展馆本身相互错开，避免与现有建筑产生竞争或遮挡现有的建筑，我们将展馆的位置设置得比建筑主入口低了半层的高度，与原有建筑形成一种新旧共存与相互认同感。
Guillermo Tirado Architects：With a construction of 191.10 m2, the pavilion is located in a strategic area adjacent to the house. Purposefully located to provide direct access to the outside of the property without jeopardizing its proximity with the existing residence. The access corridor, the open terrace and the space of the Pavilion itself are split-level and erected half a level below the property’s general access level to avoid competing or overshadowing the existing construction, yet achieving a new sense of coexistence and mutual acknowledgement.
完全可持续 Completely Sustainable:
The client’s first request was minimum impact, regarding intervention, to the property’s green areas. To this effect, we decided to use an area adjacent to the house that used to be a basketball court, therefore highly reducing impact to the courtyard and gardens.
Nature plays a very important role in the pavilion’s design. Since initiation of the project, the client expressed its desire to keep an oak tree located in the center of the selected area. Therefore, the challenge was to “build” around such tree, framing it from the outside and achieving visual contact from the inside. In order to keep this oak tree intact, a French drain was installed to safeguard the roots and maintain humidity, likewise we designed and fabricated a garden slab to wrap and protect the tree and conserve its ecosystem.
The pavilion’s orientation achieves the best use of sunlight. The walls with the greatest solar impact are blind walls and equipped with a high degree of isolation and in addition, the volume contained in the program is separated from the perimeter through the pavilion’s access corridor and connection to the rest of the garden, thus crafting a natural barrier. Likewise, all of the pavilion’s openings and windows are located in shadowed areas and an overhang roof protects the terrace from southern sunlight exposure.
Another sustainable strategy created since the design process is the aspect of “burying” the pavilion; therefore, the temperature exchange benefits from its contact with the land, keeping the inside of the pavilion in optimal conditions using the least amount of energy. Regarding operation, several efficient energy saving devices were installed (toilets, air conditioning, led illumination, sealed PVC screens with double glass, isolation on all surroundings with R20 factor), using maintenance-free materials such as the exposed concrete and appropriate isolation for the garden slab. The garden slab placed on the roof of the pavilion works as a contemplative garden, as well as an extension of the existing backyard, which allows for mitigation of the intervention footprint.
建筑解决方案 Architectonic Solution:
The MF Pavilion is an independent programmatic extension to an existing single family home, subtly and strategically incorporated to achieve a new productive and complementary coexistence without jeopardizing the hierarchy of the house. The pavilion’s design arises from the projection of a series of lines towards the intervention site; both in the same geometry of the site as well as of the existing house, making the foundation footprint become a direct consequence of the readings of the immediate setting.
The pavilion houses a bar, a dining room, a TV room and a billiard room, topped of with an open terrace with a grill and an amphitheater, which also serves as a stairway access towards the main backyard, due to the fact that the main structure is mostly embedded. To comply with the house’s current foundation levels, as well as its vegetation, which is one of the project’s main features; we designed a green roof deck to create even more green areas.
The challenge was to create a timeless design, sober on the outside, which can be appreciated by its lines and flat surfaces shaping the surrounding space. Likewise, this is portrayed in its materiality; the exterior is composed by exposed concrete, while the inside merges dramatic expression with sober-contemporary trends.
建筑设计：Guillermo Tirado Gzz – Architects
Project name: MF Pavilion
Location: SAN PEDRO GARZA GARCÍA, MEXICO
Area: 191.1 m2
Architects: Guillermo Tirado Gzz – Architects
Construction: Grupo Tirado
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