Sal De Jade | 0studio

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Project Name: Sal De Jade

Practice: 0studio

Firm Location: Guadalajara, Mexico

Completion year: 2021

Gross Built up Area: 510 sqm

Project Location: Hermosillo, Mexico

Lead Architects: Juan Antonio Corcuera, Miguel Angel Delgado

Design Team: Josselyn Ibarra, Ramon Padilla, Rosman Ocampo, Mario Cerro.

Clients: AFAL

Engineering: Aguirre

Structural Consultants: Aguirre

Landscape Consultants: Estudio Camaleon

Contractors: Francisco Aguirre

Project Manager: Juan Antonio Corcuera, Miguel Angel Delgado

Interior + Furniture: Ambenta

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Excerpt: Sal De Jade is an architectural project designed by 0studio in Mexico. By developing the entire program on a single level, the building has a laterally incorporated space that plays an opposite role to the volume. The lattice seeks to give the user a permeable space with contact to the outside without losing privacy granted by the main volumetry.

Project Description

(“Text as submitted by architect”)

The configuration of the project was born from the intention to generate a simple volume with a pure orthogonal stroke. A monolith, that thanks to its materiality, its textures, and landscape, could represent the unique environment in which it is located.

In order for the interior to be fully alive, the atmospheres achieved by the proposed materials aim to provide an intimate experience for each of the visitors. Within the same space, different scenarios can be discovered, largely due to the transition of scales generated in a specific way by the nucleus at triple interior height. It not only cooperates in creating a great sensation of spatial amplitude but also transfers all the prominence to the shape of the monolith and transforms it into an iconic and unique volume on the city scale.

By developing the entire program on a single level, the building has a laterally incorporated space that plays an opposite role to the volume. The lattice seeks to give the user a permeable space with contact to the outside without losing privacy granted by the main volumetry.

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