TCN-Taller César Núñez as Architects

Valle de Bravo is a wooded area, nestled between mountains where we can find hundreds of natural resources that are used by the residents of the area and it is within the same forest where Colín, a project designed to rescue obsolete elements such as maritime containers, is raised. However, many of these resources are being overexploited, such as water from lakes and rivers and deforestation to obtain wood, have led to the search for new design methods where we find sustainable solutions to these problems, which, beyond exploiting in a excessive resources in the area, generate a whole chain of problems around the population in general and of course, within architecture and construction. This forces us to think accessible and sustainable solutions that generate responses that are friendly to the environment but at the same time are constructively and economically sustainable.
From the adequacy to make these elements habitable, modulation has been thought about, seeking the maximum possible use of all the construction elements that are available, but at the same time, creating an environment where users can develop their tasks in an environment comfortable, in which, despite being small spaces, it has been sought

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Bellariastraße 6, Vienna, Austria - Build completed in 2021
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