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Haras forest house in Puebla, Mexico designed by A+A arquitectos

The Mexican architecture & design studio A+A arquitectos led by Alfonso Alvarez Sandoval has designed ''Haras forest house'' a prefabricated home situated in the ecological district of Haras in Puebla, Mexico.

Project description by the architects:

Haras forest house is a rest house developed on the idea of easy mobility and simple as possible complex parametric geometry to build a prefabricated structure. The interior of this house has no separating walls which maintains the view of the exterior nature, blurring the lines between the interior and exterior providing a complete natural experience.

Haras forest house in Puebla, Mexico designed by A+A arquitectosVisualization by  Amasa Arquitectos Render Lab

a prefabricated forest house in Mexico surrounded by trees Visualization by  Amasa Arquitectos Render Lab

a drop shaped house in the forest surrounded by trees Visualization by  Amasa Arquitectos Render Lab

the house view from above Visualization by  Amasa Arquitectos Render Lab

house with windows at tow sides let the natural sunlight enters Visualization by  Amasa Arquitectos Render Lab

Ground Floor PlanGround Floor Plan

Isometric view Isometric view 

Front Elevation Front Elevation 

Right Side Elevation Right Side Elevation 

 

Architecture firm: A+A arquitectos

Location: Haras, Puebla, Mexico

Area: 80 m²

Tools used: Rhinoceros 3DAutodesk 3ds maxVrayAutocad

Project name: Casa Harás del Bosque 

Principal architect: Alfonso Alvarez Sandoval

Interior design: Alfonso Alvarez Sandoval

Design year: 2020

Landscape: Alfonso Alvarez Sandoval

Environmental & MEP engineering: Alfonso Alvarez Sandoval

Supervision: Gustavo Alfonso Alvarez Sandoval

Visualization: Amasa Arquitectos Render Lab

Status: Under-Construction 


By Naser N. Ibrahim

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