A prefabricated stylish home annex seems shortly and effectively in Mexico

When a time-pressed buyer requested SOA Soler Orozco Arquitectos to design the annex of his home, the Mexico Metropolis-based structure agency determined that prefabrication could be one of the simplest ways to satisfy the tight time of building. Constructed off-site in a manufacturing unit and transported to the client for remaining meeting, the modular dwelling – named Casa Molina – proves that the pace of building permits to acquire good outcomes. Accomplished in 2015, this stylish, up to date two-bedroom annex embraces minimalist aesthetics and out of doors dwelling in Mexico.

Casa Molina sits on roughly 1,800 sq. toes and features a set of modules whose dimensions (almost 24 toes by nearly eight toes) are decided by the transport automobile. The constructing was prefabricated in an off-site workshop the place all lighting, electrical energy, plumbing and ground finishes, partitions and ceilings had been put in earlier than sending modules on the location. A basis was ready on the location and the modules had been assembled over a number of days.

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Housed in a metal body and raised, the modules are organized in an L-shaped configuration, which incorporates the biggest wing of the bed room on the south aspect and the widespread areas on the north finish, housed in three modules. The personal and public wings are related to a central terrace with a large collection of stairs main from the grass to the elevated constructing.

In step with the pace of building, a minimalist materials palette was used. The black metal body was left uncovered and related to grey ground slabs whereas engineered wooden planks add a sense of heat within the house. The picket upholstery and mushy materials additionally soften the economic spirit of the Boxy annex. The general public areas are absolutely uncovered to the surface, whereas the rooms are closed for added consolation.

+ SOA Soler Orozco Arquitectos

Through Archidaily

Photos of Cesar Béjar

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