hacienda la boca's radial scheme lays out around courtyard in mexico

hacienda la boca's radial scheme lays out around courtyard in mexico

Hacienda La Boca by Fundamenta Design settles in Nuevo León

 

Fundamenta Design introduces Hacienda La Boca, a residential project located in front of La Boca dam, in Santiago, Nuevo León, Mexico. Blending past and present, the retreat offers a unique escape into nature. Drawing from Mexican haciendas, Hacienda La Boca’s layout of the main house and four apartments follows a radial scheme, where interconnected spaces unfold around a central courtyard. The architectural program sets the central courtyard as the focal point of the design outspreading the living areas around the open zone, generating a sense of cohesion and connection between spaces.

hacienda la boca's radial scheme lays out around courtyard in mexico
all images by Jorge Taboada

 

 

Hacienda forms out between patios, gardens, and terraces

 

The volumetric composition interlinks the living spaces through patios, gardens, and terraces while forging a seamless connection between the architecture and its natural surroundings and a unique sensory experience. Additionally, the architectural structure adapts to the terrain respecting existing trees and plantation. Hacienda La Boca features a main house and four fully equipped apartments, along with a clubhouse that offers recreational spaces that foster entertainment and social interaction within a cozy setting. The design team at Fundamenta Design opts for a choice of materials that reflects the regional identity, with vallecillos stone gracing the walls, providing both texture and warmth. The use of burnt concrete and aluminum adds a contemporary touch.

hacienda la boca's radial scheme lays out around courtyard in mexico
Hacienda La Boca offers a serene experience amid nature as an escape from the city

hacienda la boca's radial scheme lays out around courtyard in mexico
drawing from ancient Mexican haciendas, spaces are interconnected and arranged around a central courtyard

hacienda la boca's radial scheme lays out around courtyard in mexico
the volumetric composition gradually unfolds through interconnected volumes

 

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the volumetric composition generates a sense of cohesion and connection between spaces

hacienda la boca's radial scheme lays out around courtyard in mexico
the various areas unfold around the central courtyard which generates a sense of cohesion and connection

hacienda la boca's radial scheme lays out around courtyard in mexico
the patios, gardens, and terraces forge a seamless connection between architecture and nature

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the project is located in front of La Boca dam, in Santiago, Nuevo León

hacienda la boca's radial scheme lays out around courtyard in mexico
Hacienda La Boca’s radial scheme

 

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a curved pool follows the form of the layout's radial scheme
a curved pool follows the form of the layout's radial scheme
the architectural structure adapts to the terrain respecting existing trees and plants
the architectural structure adapts to the terrain respecting existing trees and plants
the use of burnt concrete and aluminum adds a contemporary touch
the use of burnt concrete and aluminum adds a contemporary touch

project info:

 

name: Hacienda La Boca

architect: Fundamenta Design | @fundamenta__design
design team: Juan Manuel Peña Zertuche, Omar Alejandro García González, Tomás Güereña González, Kathia Iveth Rodríguez Flores, Fernando Gallegos Dávila, Alejandra Cedillos Rodríguez
location: Santiago Nuevo León, Mexico

photography: Jorge Taboada

film: Architecture Hunter | @architecture_hunter – Mavix | @mavix

 

 

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