Mexico. A wooden and volcanic rock community housing

AE Arquirectos has completed an housing complex with shared spaces and services, fostering a sense of belonging between people.

AE Arquitectos, San Francisco Ranch, Tapalpa, Messico, 2018

Designed by AE Arquitectos, Rancho San Francisco is part of a bigger project that integrates a community of multi-familiar properties or ranches that share common grounds as well as the amenities to create a solid sense of community. The ranch has a central patio that integrates these common grounds with the areas designed specifically for taking care of the horses and horse riding.

Rancho San Francisco has a unique identity that originated from the selection of endemic and foreign materials. Volcanic rock was cut and molded specifically to create a neutral tone that contrasted with the wood. Spanish board was added as the finishing touch. The stables’ layout forms a structure pointing in two directions giving the facade solidity and sobriety. It encourages the spectator to imagine what is going on inside.

Img.10 AE Arquitectos, San Francisco Ranch, Tapalpa, Messico, 2018
AE Arquitectos, San Francisco Ranch, Tapalpa, Mexico, 2018
Project:
San Francisco Ranch
Program:
housing building
Location:
Tapalpa, Mexico
Architect:
AE Arquitectos
Area:
915 sqm
Completion:
2018

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