墨西哥水泥经适砖房

作者: 
Jenny Xie
来源: 
Curbed

Today we would like to introduce you to this building located in the northern Mexican cement house. Why do you want to introduce it? On the exterior, the house than it strange more to go; s style, well it had no style. Where is it so special? The answer is that the construction process. This building houses boxy cement from Mexico Architects S-AR design by its future residents of self-constructed. The whole house is part of the S-AR firm nonprofit organization Vivex autonomous community programs, and this program is designed to address local to build houses for low-income families living in low-rent housing and livelihood issues.

In this community plan, Vivex organization will have to provide a variety of building materials and technical support for the family-owned land. In this article, this house is a 32-year-old construction worker from the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico, to complete, after which he and his four other family members will be staying here. Because it is built it yourself, save labor costs after prices became cordial many, material price is about 70,000 yuan or so.

The house is made by cement brick building shape simple housing structure similar to the big box set of small boxes. Including living-room kitchen and other major functional areas, and water and electricity are all available. The second floor is also specially designed to ensure that the bedroom door a few decorative room ventilation and lighting.

All photos copyrighted ArchDaily Alejandro Cartagena

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