Entretelas Brinco HQ

Best Implemented Interior Design Project for Public Space

About the project
The project takes place above a preexisting textiles distribution center. We embraced in our design solution the character that the steel lightweight roof gives to the space, advantaging the gentile height by adding vegetation. Spaces propitiate collaboration and allow flexibility, projecting the company to adapt and respond to the ways of working that may arise in the future.

Tultitlán, Mexico

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Applicant and authors of the project
ARCHETONIC, Mexico City based study with more than 30 years of practice in architecture projection. All our projects have the base commitment to improve the environment. We design spaces with a systemic methodology: self-sufficient and sensitive to the context, with spatial quality and economic responsibility, always keeping in mind that architecture is to inhabit, serve and coexist in society. We approach challenges of any scale, typology and temporality.
Project by Jaime Micha Balas + Jacobo Micha Mizrahi + Alan Micha Balas.

Other participants
Design Team: Antonio Chong, Luis A. Morelos, Jessica Steiner Durán.
Construction Team: Patricio Medrano Barrena, Miguel Ángel Matus, Moises Chiver Smeke.
Structural design: Víctor Alfonso Ruiz Medina
Lighting design: Punto LDT
MEP engineering: DIMA
Furniture: Herman Miller, MIIN, Esrawe, Blu Dot, Cuchara
Landscape architecture: Plantica
Photography Credits: Onnis Luque
Other Credits: Participatory design workshop: Herman Miller México