Modern colonial residence built with concrete walls ruins
Modern Hacienda Bacoc was conducted in 2009 by the architectural firm based in Merida, Mexico Larraín Ríos Reyes + Arquitectos. The modern building with a flat roof and large water systems integrates the remains of an old wall Nautrsteinmauerwerk sisal plant, built between 1890 and 1910 in Seye, on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Many colonial haciendas and former Yucatan villas have been converted into residences and luxury hotels. Tradition and modernity come together beautifully to create a unique living environment.
Restored colonial building is modern residence
Modern residence extends over the entire surface of 429 m2 and is a modern interpretation of the construction give colonial. In this restoration project Larraín Ríos Reyes + Arquitectos traditional building techniques were preferred. The authentic colonial gaze is mediated volumes of open construction, choice of finishes and neutral color.
Modern apartment with outdoor concrete größzügigen
The facade is covered with a thick layer of plaster resin, which is retrieved from a tree endemic Chukum. The neutral color is again the original atmosphere of the colonial era. The solid and sturdy concrete foundation walls and concrete was placed with red earth "CANcab" the southern part of the peninsula as an aggregate.
Spacious modern house with a flat roof and a clear geometric plane
This sprawling estate received the spirit of the old haciendas in the Yucatan inside. The volume of new construction has spacious rooms, high ceilings and a large portion of the openings on the facade. Water and large landscaped gardens complete the gardens outside. Modern rustic ranch is devoted to organic farming and beekeeping.
Reyes restored colonial buildings Larraín Ríos + Arquitectos
Photo: Pim Schalkwijk, Marcelo Troche, Salvador Reyes, Carlos Patron
Family symmetrical colonial house
Traces of the unique construction are clearly visible
Complete the picture of colonial architecture
Hacienda concrete with a water garden
Transform old sisal plant in modern residence
Design corridor with tile
Authentic colonial look in the dining room
wooden kitchen with rustic dining table