Finestre Villas by CC Arquitectos

Finestre Villas is a multiple beach housing project with 8 units, where the villas are developed from 500 to 1000 square meters of construction. The project uproots a ridge in the Mexican Pacific coast in Guerrero, its volume is based on the topographic setting on the site. As a premise, the development seeks to leverage the existing vegetation and implementing new, creating an architecture based on integrating context and tree structures of the site.

Enveloping spaces in white prisms, the wooden interiors stay sheltered from the exterior, while staying introverted and integrated to context. Due to the importance of vegetation and visual environment of the area, the interiors blend at all times with the latter elements. Facing the ocean, the spaces are oriented to seek shelter from the sun, in a sober and quiet atmosphere, with the idea of letting the natural environment surrounding the site be the main character.

Architect: CC Arquitectos / Manuel Cervantes Céspedes
Location: Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, Mexico
Collaborators: Edson Castillo, Deyanira Yarza, Jose Luis Heredia, Hector Barroso, Adan San Juan
Construction: Hermon Sa de Cv
Work Supervision: Manuel Cervantes Cespedes / CC Arquitectos, Omar Rojas Zuniga
Landscape: Manuel Cervantes Cespedes / CC Arquitectos, Entorno / Hugo Sanchez y Tonatiuh Martinez
Interiors: Habitacion 116 / Rafael Rivera y Javier Claverie, Manuel Cervantes Cespedes / CC Arquitectos
Lighting: Manuel Cervantes Cespedes / CC Arquitectos
Structure: Mauricio Pantoja
Project Area: 9,700 sqm
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: Yoshihiro Koitani



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