本文摘要:2018年Dezeen杂志10佳墨西哥修建项目Dezeen's top 10 Mexican architecture projects of 2018美国记者Eleanor Gibson挑选出年度10佳墨西哥修建项目。


2018年Dezeen杂志10佳墨西哥修建项目Dezeen's top 10 Mexican architecture projects of 2018美国记者Eleanor Gibson挑选出年度10佳墨西哥修建项目。今年,墨西哥修建项目逐渐崭露头角,变得越来越强大。例如热带美术馆,阿兹特克气势派头的海滨别墅,另有白色的食品市场。

From a tropical art gallery and an Aztec-influenced beach house to an all-white food market, Mexico's architecture went from strength to strength this year. US reporter Eleanor Gibson selects 10 highlights for our review of 2018.Zicatela住宅/Ludwig Godefroy和Emmanuel Picault古老的阿兹特克神庙邀请修建师Ludwig Godefroy设计了这座非传统的海滨别墅,整体结构由混凝土筑成,通过着台阶,水池和桥梁粉饰了这座修建。黑暗的木门,窗户和百叶窗穿破恰似坚不行破的混凝土外壳,设计师Emmanuel Picault设计的家具贯串了整座空间,增补了屋内的色调。

Zicatela House by Ludwig Godefroy and Emmanuel PicaultAncient Aztec temples informed architect Ludwig Godefroy's design of this unconventional beach house, comprising monolithic concrete volumes interspersed with steps, pools and bridges.Dark wooden doors, windows and shutters puncture the robust, seemingly impenetrable exterior, and are complemented by the tones of designer Emmanuel Picault's furnishings throughout.墨西哥Cantera市场/HW事情室HW修建设计事情室为了给历史悠久的墨西哥都会莫雷利亚的食品市场腾出地方,专门拆除了一座堆栈。用于小商贩摊位的白色空间与双方的石头修建形成了鲜明的对比,现有修建的一些细节,如石阶,拱形开口和铁门都被生存了下来。Morelia Market by HW-StudioArchitecture practice HW-Studio ripped out an abandoned warehouse to make way for this white food market in historic Mexican city Morelia.The white volumes that form vendor stalls provide a stark contrast to the stone buildings on either side, and existing architectural details, like stone steps, arched openings and iron gates, which were all preserved.Casa Bruma住宅/Fernanda Canales与Claudia Rodríguez为了充实使用周边的自然风景与采光,掩护现有的植被,设计师接纳了疏散的、扭曲的板状混凝土砌块完成了这座休养院住宅。

这座修建由墨西哥修建师Fernanda Canales与Claudia Rodríguez“操刀”,这座“爆炸屋”位于墨西哥城西南部的一片森林空隙上。玄色的体量通过人行道链接起来,形成主要的部门,其它部门还席卷了客房和私人公寓。Casa Bruma by Fernanda Canales and Claudia RodríguezScattered and twisted board-marked concrete blocks are arranged to make the most of views and sunlight, and preserve existing vegetation, in this family retreat.Designed by Mexican architects Fernanda Canales and Claudia Rodríguez, the "exploded house" is located in a forest clearing southwest of Mexico City. A cluster of the black volumes are linked by covered walkways to form the main property, while others contain guest rooms and a private apartment.Portico Palmeto公寓/TACO事务所TACO事务所在墨西哥尤卡坦半岛的历史都会梅里达设计了这间自己的修建事情室,设计师从热带情况中罗致线索,将其打造成一座温馨而非传统的事情场所。


Portico Palmeto by TACOTACO designed itself this architecture studio in Mérida – a historic city on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula – with a homey and unconventional workplace that take cues from its tropical setting.Features include stuccoed walls tinted pink with earth from the site, and folding bamboo panels, which were sourced locally. Palm trees on the site were incorporated into the building, puncturing through circular holes in the roof.IK Lab画廊/Jorge Eduardo Neira Sterkel今年,一家今世艺术画廊在广受接待的度假都会墨西哥图卢姆的阿祖里克度假村(Azulik)建成。IK Lab画廊与典型的白盒子艺术空间截然差别,设计师使用海浪形水泥墙和起伏的藤蔓地板,为艺术品提供了一个更差别寻常的配景。同时,画廊内的长凳、椅子和桌子也是由水泥制作的。IK Lab by Jorge Eduardo Neira SterkelThis year saw the opening a contemporary art gallery at the luxurious eco-friendly Azulik resort, in the popular vacation town Tulum.A far cry from typical white-box arts spaces, IK Lab features wave-like cement walls and undulating, wavy vine floors that offer a more unusual backdrop for artworks. Benches, chairs and tables in the gallery are also made of cement.LC710公寓/Taller Hector BarrosoTaller Hector Barroso修建事务所将彩色骨料掺加到混凝土之中,完成了这座位于墨西哥城的焦糖色调的住宅综合体。


LC710住宅位于三个塔楼中,中间设置有一对庭院。整个修建内部也袒露着混凝土墙,设计师使用陶土色调的细节,铜质金属制品和深色木质地板,以及大量的绿色植物来增补修建内部的细节。LC710 by Taller Hector BarrosoTo create this caramel-hued housing complex in Mexico City, architecture firm Taller Hector Barroso mixed concrete with a coloured aggregate.Residences in LC710 are located in three towers, with views to a pair of courtyards slotted in between. Concrete walls are also exposed throughout the inside, where they are complemented with terracotta-toned details, brassy metalwork and dark wooden floors, as well as plenty of greenery.Casa La Quinta住宅/Pérez Palacios与Alfonso de la Concha Rojas一张吊床悬挂在一个僻静的游泳池上方,这是一对退休匹俦度假的三个庭院之一。除此之外,另有一个铺有树木的砾石休息区和一座小型户外空间。

院子里的质料借鉴了墨西哥瓜纳华托中部的“艺术之城”——圣米格尔-德阿连德的传统质料。墙壁上为奶油色的饰面,以模拟传统的手工灰泥,而粗拙的石头经由差别方式切割和堆放,形成了地板。Casa La Quinta by Pérez Palacios and Alfonso de la Concha RojasA hammock is suspended above a secluded swimming pool in one of three patios at this getaway for a retired couple. The others include a gravelled seating area planted with a tree, and a much smaller outdoor space.Materials in the yards draw on those traditionally used in San Miguel de Allende – a city in the central Guanajuato state. Walls bear a cream-hued finish to mimic traditional artisanal stucco, while rough stone typically used for streets in the area forms the floor – although it is cut and piled it in a different way for the house.墨西哥音乐宫/Alejandro Medina Arquitectura, Reyes Rios Larrain Arquitectos, Muñoz Arquitectos与Quesnel波涛汹涌般的玄色钢制骨架部署在梅里达墨西哥音乐宫的中央广场旁,正如其名“弦乐天井”。


Palace for Mexican Music by Alejandro Medina Arquitectura, Reyes Rios Larrain Arquitectos, Muñoz Arquitectos and QuesnelWavy, black steel ribs flank a central plaza – aptly named Patio of Strings – at the Palace for Mexican Music in Mérida, while the rest of the walls comprise local limestone peppered with coloured-glass windows.The cultural centre was commissioned by the Mexican state of Yucatán's ministry of culture and the arts to help revitalise the city's historic downtown area. Inside it hosts a concert hall, a museum dedicated to Mexican music and a library.社区文化中心/Productora事务所木板标志的彩色混凝土墙、砖砌台阶和木框窗,将这座位于华雷斯山山脚下小乡村—Teotitlán del Valle的考古学和纺织品博物馆及图书馆内装饰的别开生面。墨西哥Productora事务所之所以选择这些质料,因为它们增补了周围地域红色修建和石砌公共广场的色彩,同时这些质料也有助于修建在墨西哥温暖的气候中维持舒适的温度。Community Cultural Centre by ProductoraBoard-marked pigmented concrete walls, brickwork steps and timber-framed windows feature in this archeology and textiles museum and library in Teotitlán del Valle – a small village at the foothills of the Sierra Juárez mountains.Mexican firm Productora chose the materials to complement the hues of reddish buildings and stone-paved public plazas in the surrounding area, as well as to help maintain a comfortable temperature in Mexico's warm climate.Casa Once住宅/Espacio 18 and Cueto修建事务所一座种植着树木的庭院隐藏在Casa Once住宅朴素的外墙后面,这座住宅的下半部门用木料包裹,顶部涂着玄色的灰泥。墨西哥Espacio 18 and Cueto修建事务所在墨西哥普埃布拉的一片紧凑型园地上,为一对匹俦设计了这座住宅,这对匹俦想远离都会的喧闹生活。

住宅内建有明亮的内部庭院和一座屋顶露台,形成了与世阻遏的清净之地。Casa Once by Espacio 18 and CuetoA tree-planted courtyard is hidden behind the austere exterior of Casa Once, which is wrapped in wood on the lower half and covered in black stucco at the top.Mexican architecture firms Espacio 18 and Cueto designed the property on a tight site in Puebla for a couple who wanted respite from the city. They included the bright internal patio, and a rooftop terrace, to create small retreats inside.由专筑网王帅,吴静雅编译【专筑网版权与免责声明】:本网站注明“泉源:专筑网”的所有内容版权属专筑网所有,如需转载,请注明出处。



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