Project
mo288

Category 
Best Implemented Project of Residential or Mixed-Use Estate

About the project
The project is planned on a 292m2 triangular-shaped piece of land in a busy corner of CDMX where the aim is to recover a property that was left empty after the 2017 earthquake.
The objective of the project was to try to have regular spaces within a rather small and irregularly shaped piece of land. For this, 3 1-bedroom apartments between 70 and 75 m2 per level were accommodated.
Something fundamental in the design was that all the spaces were well ventilated and illuminated, but trying not to have too wide openings due to the noise of the road that adjoins the building. The facades of the building were designed in a modular way based on brown concrete walls, ensuring that all interior spaces have open views of the city. To give more play to the façade, alternate balconies were left, which help to give greater amplitude to the interior spaces and in turn give more privacy through metal plate railings.

Location
MEXICO CITY, Mexico

Project implementation year
2023

Applicant
HGR ARQUITECTOS is an architecture and design studio founded in 2009. «Located in Mexico City, we seek to actively participate in the development of the city, through a design and execution that integrates the social, economic and geographical aspects of each project. We have developed numerous projects, each one with specific characteristics. All of them have been worked on from the initial concept and the design of furniture and image, to the execution of the work, always seeking contribution.»

Author of the project
HGR ARQUITECTOS

Other participants
DEVELOPMENT: CIUDAD VERTICAL (WWW.CIUDADVERTICAL.MX)
EXECUTIVE DRAWING: RODRIGO DURÁN
PHOTOGRAPHY: DIANA ARNAU (WWW.DIANAARNAU.COM)
STRUCTURAL DESIGN: MATA Y TRIANA INGENIEROS CONSULTORES
INSTALLATION: zMP INSTALACIONES
COMMUNICATION: AREA COLECTIVA

Status of the project
Implemented

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