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La Proyectería | cb71This apartment building is located at west of México City, at the district of Polanco, the building is divided in two blocks: In the first one we found 3 apartments of 150 m2, distributed in one level each one. In the backside, there are 2 duplex of 165m2, distributed in 2 levels.

La Proyectería | cb71

© Iván S. de la Luz

La Proyectería | cb71

© Iván S. de la Luz

La Proyectería | cb71

© Iván S. de la Luz

La Proyectería | cb71

© Iván S. de la Luz

La Proyectería | cb71

© Iván S. de la Luz

La Proyectería | cb71

© Iván S. de la Luz

The apartments are contained in boxes of exposed concrete, which are supported one above the other, this situation allows us to rotate each boxes as needed, creating different scenarios in each apartments. At the backside block, the apartments located around the courtyard are interlaced at second level, showing us the interior program because of the use of solid and voids.

Location: México City, Mexico
Architects: La Proyectería 
Project Leader: Alejandra Elizarrarás, Marisol Quevedo
Project Team: Miguel Guzmán
Project Year: 2012
Project Area: 1500m2
Project name: calderon de la barca 71
Engineers: Manuel Hernández Rivera
Construction Team: La Proyectería
Photographs: Iván S. de la Luz
Furniture: DDI, Grupo Zwark
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