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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Nuevo Leon 113 Complex by JSª Arquitectura

June 28th, 2011 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: JSª Arquitectura

In a block where buildings catalogued by federal and local institutions predominate, we sought to emphasize the impact of this complex, moving away from the adjacent buildings and presenting the façade toward the urban intersection formed at the point where Nuevo Leon avenue turns, exposing the side of the building. The complex is formed by two volumes.

Images Courtesy Jair Navarrete

  • Architect: JSª Arquitectura
  • Name of Project: Nuevo Leon 113
  • Location: Av. Nuevo León 113, Col Condesa
  • Date of project: 2010
  • Total surface: 1775 sq ft
  • Photo credits: Jair Navarrete, Paul Rivera – archphoto

Interior View (Images Courtesy Jair Navarrete)

  • Design team: JSª – Aisha Ballesteros, Ingrid Ramos, Romelia Hernández, Rosario Alarcón, Cecilia Solis, Adlai Pulido, Rodrigo Langarica, Mariana Ugalde, Tomas Moreiras, Alfredo Hernández, Lenin García, Reynaldo Esperanza, Angélica Soberanes, Jorge López de Obeso,Raúl Pérez y Miguel Ángel Jiménez.
  • Real Estate Development: JSª – Javier Sánchez, Álvaro Becker, Santiago Sánchez, Fernando Valdivia
  • Engineering: JPR proyectos – Juan Pablo Rodríguez
  • Structures: Hector Margain, JSª – Fernando Valdivia
  • Construction: JSª – Fernando Valdivia
  • Architectural Supervision: JSª – Ingrid Ramos, Romelia Hernández
  • Units: 31 apartments
  • Activities Performed: Real Estate Development, Architecture, Architecture Supervision, Construction

Interior View (Images Courtesy Jair Navarrete)

The first one lives toward Nuevo Leon Avenue through a series of terraces that allow opening the interior space toward the trees lining the avenue. The second volume is higher: in the first levels it lives toward an interior courtyard, where a set of panels in the façades creates a dialogue between both volumes, and on the top levels you have spectacular views, on one side to Parque México, and on the other to Chapultepec Castle. The complex has 31 apartments in duplex and simplex formats. It has green areas that can be used, including the four roof gardens.


Interior View (Images Courtesy Jair Navarrete)

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Paul Rivera – archphoto)

Side View (Images Courtesy Paul Rivera – archphoto)

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Paul Rivera – archphoto)

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Paul Rivera – archphoto)

Images Courtesy Paul Rivera – archphoto

Interior View (Images Courtesy Paul Rivera – archphoto)

Bedroom (Images Courtesy Paul Rivera – archphoto)

Level 01

Level 02

Longitudinal Section

Lower floor

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