这间包含40个房间的墨西哥酒店，位于一个古老的家禽农场的平台之上。该场地主要被用作举办婚礼的花园 (Jardin Huayacan)，如今，这里可以提供住宿，从而为顾客带来更完整的体验。建筑师为之建造了以庭院分隔的五座石制体量，有利于享受更加开放的空间。
This is a 40 rooms Hotel in Jiutepec Morelos Mexico, located over platforms of a an old poultry farm. The property is a landscape that functions primarily as a wedding garden (Jardín Huayacán) and now it wants to give visitors a complete experience by allowing them to sleep on it. We are building five stone volumes separated by courtyards that will allow the enjoyment of open space.
▼酒店体量位于平台之上，the volumes are located over platforms of a an old poultry farm
The topography and previous built platforms, have given us the opportunity to locate the buildings in a two side triangle form wrapping the pool area. In its vertex, we locate the lobby that allows vertical and longitudinal circulation on both sides of the building. It is a 12 meter height volume open to the sky and protected from the Sun by parallel wood slabs. We seek for a moist and fresh space; silent.
▼门厅连接了建筑两端的横向和纵向流通， the lobby allows vertical and longitudinal circulation on both sides of the building
▼夜间的柱廊，the hall way at night
混凝土和石材的结构组合参考了墨西哥建筑在材料使用上的简单纯粹。通过混凝土顶篷下的狭窄通道进入大厅，三座花园为入口场地提供了框架；这些花园在三月份开花，连带着各种地方性的植被，是该设计中不可或缺的一部分。建筑师在所有的外墙中都使用了当地的石材，使建筑与场地默默地融为一体。 露台皆可用来居住，露台上的桌子也可以作为用餐场所，尽管，“Pixca de Raiz”餐厅已经提供了优质的烹饪服务。
The structural combination between concrete and stone makes reference to Mexican architectures where imperfection is one material more. You access the Hall through a narrow passageway under a concrete canopy. Access is framed by three Huayacanes who belonged to the site; they flower in March and are a fundamental part of the project along with a different majority of endemic vegetation; Cazahuates, Jacarandas, yellow Amates, among others. We used stone from the region in all the outside walls trying to make our building fit silently into the site. The patios are all habitable, tables on them may operate as a restaurant while “Pixca de Raiz” with its small kitchen, already gives an excellent culinary service.
▼所有的外墙中都使用了当地的石材， stones from the region are used in all the outside walls
▼门洞与开口，voids and openings
We are trying to take advantage of the climate, which is mostly pleasant throughout the year, leaving all halls open and in contact with the landscape. All rooms are double except for two designated for the bride and groom and or their families. They are spacious and well-lit and they all have a balcony that allows you to be in contact with the outside. The interiors are simple, predominantly white; plastered voussoirs and white concrete polished floors with some details of regional pasta tiles.
▼室内空间也非常简约，interior of the guest room
The constructive system is mixed, but it is mainly load-bearing walls and a prefabricated concrete roof; a robust architecture but with a light and neutral look. We think that some Mexican architecture is evoked in the building and that the hands of workers are present in the character of each wall. Under the walls, the feeling is pre-Hispanic; the volumes are getting moisture and they are lightened like windows to the landscape. You walk close to rain and fresh air, close to nature and silence. We make this building thanks to the constant effort of a family that works together and tirelessly. We hope it is ready next July, however, the first 32 rooms are now open to the public.
▼墙壁和走廊显出自然沉静的气息， the construction feels natural and silent
▼首层平面图，ground floor plan
▼二层平面图，first floor plan
▼三层平面图，second floor plan
PROYECT: HOTEL HUAYACÁN
Location: Jiutepec Morelos México.
Adress: Tezontepec 200 Lomas de Jiutepec.
Web page: www.hotelhuayacan.com
Project and Construction: Alfredo Raymundo Cano, T3arc
Supervition: Melania Román
At t3arc: Pedro Güereca, Alba Guerrera, Alberto de Lorenzo, Rupa Rodríguez, Nayeli Rosales, Yesenia Castruita, Nadia Zamir.
At ouvre: Guillermo León, Landscape; Melania Román, Alberto Campos, Santiago Cuasinque, Moisés Cuasinque, Guadalupe Albino, Raúl García, Abraham Mercado, Jacinto López, Roberto Best, Israel Peña, Christian Huerta, Mario Chávez. RML Iluminación.
Structure: Ing. Luis Carlos Paganoni Muzquiz. Ing. Maximiliano Talonia.
Photo credits: Luis Gordoa
Arquitecto Alfredo R. Cano Briceño.
Phone: 0052 777 120 4243
Adress: Av. Díaz Ordaz 60 A PA col. Acapatzingo CP 62440 Cuernavaca Morelos México.