The project must guarantee the thermal, auditory, light and psychological comfort that each space requires according to its vocation; managing the same architectural language for all homes.

Design guidelines

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  • USERNAME:

The project must be developed in an aesthetic and functional way according to the tastes and needs of a stratum 6 user, with an average age greater than 39 years and their possible family.

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  • MIMESIS IN THE LANDSCAPE

The project must have a close relationship with the landscape so that it is visually imperceptible in relation to the context, generating diffuse boundaries between inside and outside, using vegetation and natural light as elements to create fluidity between all areas. The relationship of the architectural element with the topography is imposed as a design determinant which varies depending on the location of the lot, for which it is necessary to homogenize a design that adapts to the topography of each property.

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  • MODERN AND ELEGANT

The project must be developed under modern spatial and aesthetic guidelines, characterized by open floors, large lights, high-rise spaces, synergy with nature, among others, resulting in a timeless project that transcends time.

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  • BIOCLIMATIC

The project must contemplate in the design criteria active and passive strategies that take advantage of natural elements, such as temperature, lighting and ventilation, generating the least possible impact on the landscape

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  • INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY

It is important to contemplate new design and construction alternatives that enhance the intentions of the project, the use of new materials, construction systems, the integration of advanced technology that allows the user to automate household tasks for greater comfort.

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  • WELLNESS

The project must evoke through all its facilities environments that improve the physical, psychological, spiritual and emotional condition, supporting these intentions in a specialized program of activities such as horseback riding, mountain biking, bird watching, observation of fauna, flora and sidereal space, which are developed in the common areas of the complex.

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Architectonic program

PRIVATE AREA:

The area of ​​each of the rooms must guarantee the independence of services by means of a bathroom and private dressing room, likewise according to the needs of the home office, a study area with direct access to the outside is necessary, allowing the connection with nature. The hierarchy of the rooms should be reflected in the area and distribution of the spaces.

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SOCIAL AREA:

In order to synthesize the modern concept of shared space, the social zone must be visually and spatially connected to each other, optimizing resources in relation to the functional needs of these areas.

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SUPPORT AREAS:

The spaces that support the activities adjacent to the home such as parking and storage must be independent of the natural circulation of the home. According to the concept of mimesis in the landscape it is necessary that these spaces are inscribed in such a way that they are visually imperceptible.

Types of housing

The architectural program is explicitly to dimension the size of the house and the intentions of the client, however it is NOT necessary to develop architectural plans for interior spaces.

TYPE I

Three-room type house which must have the traditional housing program, living room, dining room, kitchen, storage room, parking spaces, access hall and an independent study area that is already included in each room.

In addition to this, a spa area is necessary, consisting of a jacuzzi, Turkish bath, sauna and massage area, as well as a heated pool.

TYPE II

Typical three-room dwelling, made up of the traditional housing program, responds to a family commonly made up of four people.

TYPE III

Two-room type house, composed of the traditional housing program, with spaces adaptable to the needs of the future client, this proposal responds to a small family.

TYPE IV

One-room type house, composed of the traditional housing program, responds to a single user or a couple, the proposal must consider the hierarchy of spaces according to the possible way of life of the owners.

The information provided is intended to inform the participants of the client's requirements, understanding the project as a whole, however the contest only seeks the development of an initial stage , so it is NOT necessary to develop any planimetry in detail.

We mainly need to define the aesthetics of the houses in relation to the natural context, managing to blend into the landscape, generating the least possible environmental impact.