JapoNeza retreat | Toro films

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Release Time: September 11, 2020
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Project name: JapoNeza retreat

Company name: Toro films

Contact e-mail: fausto@torofilms.com

Project location: Atlangatepec Lagoon, Tlaxcala Mexico.

Completion Year: October 2019

Other participants:

Architects  In Charge: Fausto Terán  fausto@torofilms.com IG @faustoteran

Design team: JapoNeza retreat @japonezaretreat

Engineering: (Ricardo Libreros  / Sitio Web)

Lanscape: (Nombre Constantino Saenus / Sitio Web)

Consultants: (Michel Rojkind www.rojkind arquitectos.com,Yoshi  Fukumori @yoshi_fukumori)

Collaborators: (Samantha Su)  samsucuriel@gmail.com  Gimena Lara @openpraxis arq.gimenalara@gmail.com

Photo credits: Jaime Navarro @jaimenavarros

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© Jaime Navarro

The concept, name, interior and architecture are designed by Fausto Terán. A filmmaker who graduate from New York Uiversity, former teacher of brazilian Jiujitsu, national champ and two times world champion as a coach of the national team.Just finish his firts feauture film ¨vivir¨that will be show later this year. Fausto will introduce you into this amaizing experience.

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The house is a beautiful set where you can appreciate his formidable point of view. Just two hours away from Mexico City sorrounded by nature in a semi desertic enviorment, you will find in Japoneza a unique and harmonical arquitectural piece. Looking at the  amazing Atlangatepec Lake and surrounded by 3 of the most important volcanos in México.

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JapoNeza retreat is a thesis of the parallelism between Japan and Mexican cultures, inspired in both arquitectural and spiritual traditions (Zen philosophy inside Mexican craziness). From the arquitectural POV, it has a soul of concrete and regional pine wood treated with the japanese technique of “Shou-Sugi-Ban”, burned and curated wood  protecting it from the abrasive mountain exterior conditions. Very cold at night, very warm during the day… We built two layers of wood (inside and out)  to fight the bipolar weather, also a third layer of heavy wood sliding doors for extra protection as a fortress.

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© Jaime Navarro

The name of JAPO NEZA is dissected by Japo (japanese ) Neza (Nezahualcoyotl ) the most important architect in prehispanic Mexico.

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You will find a ¨Shinrin Yoku¨ complete immertion in the natural habitat sharing the space with horses, donkeys, dogs, and a wild fauna such as falcons, eagels, ducks, owls, coyotes, rabbits, roadrunners and raddle snakes. The view of a lake offers tranquility contemplation and appreciation with top butler and Chef service. You can enjoy the hot water in the outdoors wood jacuzzi and relax in the hammocks reminding you the ludic importance of a home.

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Fausto believes in an architecture that has a soul, history, mithology so when you experience your stay, it will flourish inside of you and catapult your senses.

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© Jaime Navarro

© Jaime Navarro

JapoNeza it‘s such a juxtaposition, both cultures are complete oposite in the surfase, yet extremely related in the inside. His design has a need to explore several layers of understanding not only for the obvious first impression statment, but to explore a thesis to make the observer understand and question human being and his complexity by admiring, sitting and let the intelect merge with your feelings. One of the most  important aspect is the social impact  by pushing the comunnity to get involve in the process.

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© Jaime Navarro

JapoNeza has been built entirely with local hands, local materials and by entire families and we teach them how to procure the wood, the field, the animals, the gastronomy and growing by taking care of the hospitality. Thinking in the buisness side it is a better pronostic for the long term relationship beacuse the locals and the closest communities they will protect the project like a member of the family.

© Jaime Navarro

© Jaime Navarro

© Jaime Navarro

¨I relate with broken life… Broken people, broken forniture, broken nature, and the gold line to help us glue it like the japanese art form Kintsugi it is design, architecture, film, music sports, love and compassion… I love the fact that we are still broke but there is beauty in it for those souls who wants to see it .¨

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