墨西哥,新莱昂州,蒙特雷酒店 / Landa Arquitectos

建筑师:Landa Arquitectos

地点:墨西哥新莱昂州San Pedro Garza García

建筑师负责人:Agustín Landa Vertiz

合作者:Roberto Garcia, Rolando Martinez, Cecilia Dominguez, Edna Garza, Enrique Yañez, Claudia Carreno, Jorge Corcuera

项目面积:40,000 sqm

项目年份:2008

摄影:Javier Orozco

O Dos Vasconcelos是一个多功能的综合体,围绕着中央开放公共空间组织布局,平面呈圆形。停车场、公寓、商业空间和酒店在入口层能直接看到。地下空间与地上空间的关系以及对精心设计的建筑体块不同功能的关注赋予建筑一种机械特质——非常适合以工业为主的城市——很像詹姆斯?斯特林的早期作品风格。

地上的一层和二层主要被商业空间占据,上面是一至二层的公寓。公寓及其交通流线的布局借鉴了马里奥.帕尼的住宅设计风格,勒.柯布西耶风格的室内走廊被改造成了自然通风与自然采光的阳台。

酒店是一个独立的元素,平面呈卵形。竖向的交通流线与建筑设备集中设置在两个坚固的混凝土核心筒内,核心筒支撑着自由跨度的楼板。每层楼都设有一间穿堂式通风的餐厅和若干间酒店客房,分布于中央走廊的两侧。酒店还有一个屋顶露台,能欣赏到蒙特雷市与周围群山的壮丽景色。露台有两个月牙形的游泳池,分别位于南北两端,由薄混凝土板建造而成,通过钢索悬吊。

酒店接待处设在一层,是一个独立的混凝土与玻璃盒子结构。

围绕这个盒子结构的开放空间连接着街道和O Dos Vasconcelos室内公共空间,因此是通往酒店综合体其他部分的入口。酒店无论是建筑本身还是门口都展示着公共形象。


Architects: Landa Arquitectos

Location: San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León, Mexico

Architect In Charge: Agustín Landa Vertiz

Collaborators: Roberto Garcia, Rolando Martinez, Cecilia Dominguez, Edna Garza, Enrique Yañez, Claudia Carreno, Jorge Corcuera

Area: 40,000 sqm

Proyect Year: 2008

Photographs: Javier Orozco

O Dos Vasconcelos is a mixed-use complex organized around a central, open-air public space with a circular plan. The parking area, the apartments and commercial spaces, and the hotel volume are all visible from the entrance level. The relation between the underground and the aboveground spaces, and the concentration of different functions in carefully crafted pieces, lends the complex a mechanical character –appropriate for a predominantly industrial city– which reminiscent of the early work of James Stirling.

The first two floors above street level are occupied by commercial spaces. Above them are the one and two-storey apartments. The organization of the apartments and their circulations draws on the housing buildings by Mario Pani, with the interior corridors of Le Corbusier transformed into naturally ventilated and illuminated balconies.

The hotel is an independent element with an ovoid plan. Its vertical circulations and services are concentrated on two solid concrete cores that support free-spanning floors. The floors house a cross-ventilated restaurant and hotel rooms, served by central corridors. The hotel volume also includes a roof-top terrace, with spectacular views of the city of Monterrey and the surrounding mountains. The terrace has two moon-shaped swimming pools, on the north and south sides of the plan, and is covered by a thin slab of concrete, suspended from steel cables.

The hotel’s reception is located on the ground level. It is a freestanding concrete and glass box.

The open space around this box links the street and the interior public space of O Dos Vasconcelos and thus serves as an entrance to the rest of the complex. The hotel is both the public face of the building and its doorway