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RDLP Arquitectos | Via Cordillera

Concept & Competition RDLP Arquitectos | Via Cordillera

Rodrigo de la Peña | Via CordilleraIn a new residential area west of the city of Monterrey, is “Centro Urbano Valle Poniente.” In a polygon with 2235 m2 is the area for two mixed use towers, both part of a set of 6 towers that make up the “Terraza 4 del Centro Urbano”, designed as high density housing and comercial use at street level. Here is where the two towers of 6 floors each, which have 1 or 2 floors destined to comercial area such as studios, coffee shops, express service, etc., 5 floors of apartments and amenities in the 6th level.

Rodrigo de la Peña | Via Cordillera

Rodrigo de la Peña | Via Cordillera

Rodrigo de la Peña | Via CordilleraThere are four types of apartments: The “A +” with 85 m2 on two floors, the “B” of 100 m2, the “C” of 125 m2, and “D” 186 m2. Both towers have two vertical circulations which serve each half of the tower, making it very efficient and private due to that each apartment only has 3, 2 or 1 neighbor.

Rodrigo de la Peña | Via CordilleraAt the center of the two towers is a pedestrian walkway with landscaping and street furniture suitable for residents and visitors to enjoy the place, and this area is front to the commercioal area.

Rodrigo de la Peña | Via CordilleraThe mixed-use towers are equipped with a private parking for users, and public parking for business and visitors. Both have underground parking and work together with the two adjacent towers, on 2 levels and a half.

Location: Santa Catarina, Nuevo León, Mexico
ArchitectRDLP Arquitectos | Arch. Rodrigo de la Peña L.
Design team: Arch. Ernesto Jalomo, Arch. Ana Cecilia Franco, Arch. Armando Rodriguez, Arch. Raul Salas, Arch. Sarahi Posadas
Estructural Engineer: BCB
Construction area: 16,453 sqm
Site area: 2235 sqm
3D: Ramon Garza
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