山海住宅坐落于墨西哥瓦哈卡州Zicatela海滩,是一座建于山顶的小型度假屋,可眺望埃斯孔迪多港的风景。

Zicatela house is a small weekend house located on top of a hill in front of Zicatela beach, next to Puerto Escondido in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico.

▼建筑外观,exterior view © Rory Gardiner

▼混凝土体块,the concrete volume © Rory Gardiner

▼立面上的旋转门,the revolving door on the facade © Rory Gardiner

房屋旨在提供一处休憩放松之地,让人远离大都市喧嚣的日常,在此尽情享受墨西哥海岸的热带风情与瓦哈卡的宁静日光。

The house was designed with one main purpose : to give the owner the oportunity to leave Mexico City to make a break with the megalopolis and urban habits, by coming to get some rest and relax while enjoying the heat of the Mexican coast and the peaceful light of Oaxaca. 

▼房屋内部视角,the interior view © Rory Gardiner

▼楼梯环绕的庭院空间,the courtyard surrounded by stairs © Rory Gardiner

▼通透的起居空间,the open living room © Rory Gardiner

▼滑动屏风围合起居空间,enclosing the living space by sliding screens © Rory Gardiner

▼楼梯通向屋顶露台,the stairs leading to the roof garden © Rory Gardiner

▼楼梯下的房间,space under the stairs © Rory Gardiner

项目回应着山与海的双重景观。房屋后侧面向沙滩与海景,另一侧则高山环绕,种植着酿造梅斯卡尔酒的龙舌兰作物。双重性的场地环境赋予了项目更加有趣的身份,这不单单是一栋海边住宅,更是一栋海边乡村住宅。

This house responds to a double landscape, on one side in the background the beach and the sea, on the other side the mountains and agave fields, the plant from which  is made mezcal and tequila. This project has a very interesting personality of being a countryside house next to the sea, instead of a beach house. 

▼从起居空间看向水池庭院,view of the pool from the living room © Rory Gardiner

▼环绕房间的折线水池,the zigzag pool surrounding the room © Rory Gardiner

基于这种双重性,设计对山作出了回应,构建起一栋堡垒般安全内敛的房屋,同时又创造了宽敞的开放空间,逐渐模糊了内外边界,为居住者带来室外花园一般的体验。

The house is based on this duality, the duality of its surroundings and it’s able to repond to the mountains and be protective as a fortress as well as a widely open space; giving you the feeling to live outside in a garden, making the border between in and out dissapear.

▼水池边的休憩平台,recreation platform by the pool © Rory Gardiner

▼水池局部,details © Rory Gardiner

在仅有300平方米的小场地中,房屋采用了防御性建筑的原型,以四周墙体围合地形,划定了完全独立可控的内部区域,创造出一座露天堡垒。尽管时间变迁,朝向天空的视野为房屋带来一道永久的风景。

Zicatela house is built on a small 300 m2 plot, using a typology of defensive architecture, where a wall surrounds the terrain completely, helping create an 100% controlled area on the inside, turning it into an open-sky fortress, with only one main view towards the sky, the only permanent element in time.

▼越过水池看卧室,view of the room over the pool © Rory Gardiner

▼卧室,the room © Rory Gardiner

▼洗浴空间,the bath space © Rory Gardiner

从外观看,宛如掩体的房屋呼应了建筑师家乡诺曼底的巨大混凝土结构,而走进内部,墨西哥风情的金字塔空间则来源于建筑师旧时旅行所见的风景。迄今为止,他已经在墨西哥居住与工作了10年之久。

The house is a bunker on the outside, one of those massive concrete structures i used to see in Normandy -where i was born- , protecting a mexican pyramid on the inside, one of those i use to see when i travel around in Mexico, the country where it´s been 10 years now i live and work.

▼局部,details © Rory Gardiner

▼光影,light and shadow © Rory Gardiner

▼首层平面,the first floor plan © Ludwig Godefroy Architecture

▼屋顶平面,the roof plan © Ludwig Godefroy Architecture

▼剖面AB,section AB © Ludwig Godefroy Architecture

▼剖面CD,section CD © Ludwig Godefroy Architecture

Project Name: Casa Zicatela
Architecture Office: Ludwig Godefroy Architecture
Website: www.ludwiggodefroy.com
Contact email: ludwig@ludwiggodefroy.com
Country of Office: Mexico
Constructed area: 200 m2
Location: Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, Mexico
Architecture: Ludwig Godefroy
instagram: Ludwiggodefroy
Website: www.ludwiggodefroy.com
Photography Credits: Rory Gardiner
instagram: arorygardiner
Photographer Website: www.rory-gardiner.com
Photographer E-mail: rory@rory-gardiner.com

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