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Homework in México City, Mexico by Savvy

Friday, October 6th, 2017

Article source: Savvy

Located in Colonia Tabacalera, Homework is a 1000 sq. m. co-working space that is divided into workspaces, meeting rooms, mini-offices, a café, a terrace and lounging areas.

Distributed over three levels, we designed a friendly, comfortable and flexible space, professionally equipped with the latest technology to create a casual and dynamic environment for this community of creatives.

Image Courtesy © Savvy

  • Architects: Savvy
  • Project: Homework
  • Location: México City, Mexico

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Milán 44 ReUrbano in Colonia Juárez, Mexico City by Francisco Pardo Arquitecto + Amezcua

Friday, September 15th, 2017

Article source: Francisco Pardo Arquitecto + Amezcua

Designed by Francisco Pardo Arquitecto, in collaboration with architect Julio Amezcua, Milán 44 is an urban-regeneration project located in Colonia Juarez, Mexico City. The project transforms an old four-storey warehouse that was originally home to an auto-parts store into an urban market that reactivates a neighborhood, which connects two entirely contrasting areas. On one side, the booming business district that lines the emblematic Paseo de la Reforma, and on the other side, the lively epicenter of hipster subculture, Colonia Roma Norte. This area, which has been in decay since the 1985 earthquake, is currently experiencing a slow gentrification process. Centrally located and rich in history, it has been equipped with new infrastructure and now holds the genetic code for the city’s future development.

Image Courtesy © Diana Arnau

  • Architects: Francisco Pardo Arquitecto + Amezcua
  • Project: Milán 44 ReUrbano
  • Location: Milán 44, Colonia Juárez, Mexico City (MX)
  • Photography: Diana Arnau
  • Design team: Jan Müller, Tiberio Wallentin, Gabriela Mosqueda, Benjamín Mercado, Víctor Cruz, Aarón Rivera
  • Real Estate Concept: ReUrbano. Rodrigo Rivero Borrell Wheatley + Alberto Kritzler Ring
  • Restaurant ‘Ojo de Agua’ Design: Casa Villana
  • GFA: 1.016 sqm
  • Design: 2014
  • Completion: 2017

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Sportium Santa Fe in Mexico City by RIMA Arquitectura

Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

Article source: RIMA Arquitectura

Sportium Santa Fe is located at the west side of Mexico City; the project is part of a mayor change and new image of the sports facility brand. For this new gym the proposal was a fresh and informal environment with open spaces that encourage sports coexistence among users.

Image Courtesy © Frank Lynen

  • Architects: RIMA Arquitectura
  • Project: Sportium Santa Fe
  • Location: Mexico City
  • Photography: Frank Lynen
  • Architectural project: Ricardo Urias/Rodrigo Espinosa
  • Team: Yolanda Bravo and Luis Animas
  • Structural engineer: Grupo Marghe Constructores
  • Ventilation: Grupo Marghe Constructores

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ARTZ PEDREGAL in Mexico City by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

Article source: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos

In response to the current demand for quality spaces in a context of continual urban growth, Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos designed the Artz Pedregal, a mixed-use complex that promises to be a new icon in the heart of southern Mexico City. This project is located within a fully urbanized landscape on a 50,000 m2 site that is adjacent to major roads.

Park and Gallery view, Image Courtesy © Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos, render by Lighthouse 3D

  • Architects: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos
  • Project: ARTZ PEDREGAL
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Photography: Lighthouse 3D
  • President: Javier Sordo Madaleno Bringas
  • Architecture Leader: Javier Sordo Madaleno de Haro
  • Project Leader: Andrés Cajiga
  • Project Manager: Luis Hernández
  • Design Team: Fernanda Roldán, Thelma Ruelas, Armando Ledesma, Marco Manríquez

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Casa CSF in Mexico City by López Duplan Arquitectos

Friday, July 7th, 2017

Article source: López Duplan Arquitectos

The lot shape is a basic rectangle and we adjusted the project to its size to get the most benefit from the space. On the facade 2 planes are clearly appreciated as part of the same volume. We decided to use stone as the main material to add strength and enhance the personality of the project. The second plane was softened with vegetation to mark the difference between both and define a gesture of the presence of nature throughout the design.

Image Courtesy © Héctor Armando Herrera

  • Architects: López Duplan Arquitectos (Arq. Claudia López Duplan)
  • Project: Casa CSF
  • Location: Mexico City
  • Photography: Héctor Armando Herrera
  • Year: 2015

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Departamento HG in Mexico City by Hansi Arquitectura

Thursday, June 22nd, 2017

Article source: Hansi Arquitectura

In the project for this two-level duplex apartment we wanted to make the most of every meter in order to have the most spaciousness and functionality. The program was the following: double height living/dining room, kitchen, and office / guest bedroom with bathroom on the first floor. In the second floor master Bedroom with integrated bathroom and dressing room and a second bedroom with bathroom and dressing room.

Image Courtesy © Jaime Navarro

  • Architects: Hansi Arquitectura
  • Project: Departamento HG
  • Location: Mexico City
  • Photography: Jaime Navarro
  • Architectural project: Hansi Arquitectura / Arq. Arturo Hans
  • Built area: 210 m2 + 55m2 terraza
  • Year: 2014

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Departamento Citadel in Mexico City by ARCO Arquitectura

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017

Article source: ARCO Arquitectura

The amplitude of the spaces was what determined the project for the department of 350m2 located in Mexico City. We seek the perfect balance between open space and elegance making the divisions give using different sets of furniture for each of the areas.

Image Courtesy © ARCO Arquitectura

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Doterra in Mexico City by DIN Interiorismo

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017

Article source: DIN Interiorismo

The project of the Doterra offices, a company specialized in the elaboration of essential oils required a very specific program for the benefit of its own operation. The corporate and training area had to be together an communicated but with independent entrances in order to assure the efficiency of the activities development of each space.

Image Courtesy © Arturo Chávez

  • Architects: DIN Interiorismo (Aurelio Vázquez Durán)
  • Project: Doterra
  • Location: Mexico City
  • Photography: Arturo Chávez
  • Year: 2016

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Banorte Financial Group in Tlalpan, Mexico City by BROISSIN

Sunday, May 21st, 2017

Article source: BROISSIN 

This privately owned corporate, building is stage III of the modernization of “Grupo Financiero Banorte’s” facilities, with a capacity for 1,446 cars in direct response to an aggressive automotive financing program of the group for the employees, at a rate of 8 cars per 10 employees, giving a total of 44,700 m2 contained within 3 basements and 4 floors in the superstructure. Due to the structure’s height, the glazed volume contains positions for 1,143 people on two floors of 6,000 m2 each, a surface that required a strong solution to obtain natural lighting near each user. We then decided to have four inner courtyards open to the interior of the offices, which in addition to mitigating the light problem well, also physically ordering and sectioning departments by optimizing each plant functionally.

VIEW FROM THE STREET TO SOUTHEAST FACADE, Image Courtesy © Alexandre d’ La Roche

  • Architects: BROISSIN
  • Project: Banorte Financial Group
  • Location: Tlalpan, Mexico City / Tlalpan, Ciudad de México
  • Photography: Alexandre d’ La Roche
  • Partner in Charge: M.Arch. Gerardo Broissin
  • Project leader: Arq. David Suarez
  • Design Team: M.Arch. Gerardo Broissin, Arq. David Suarez, Arq. Bruno Roche, Arq. Luis Barrera
  • Colaborators: Arq. Rosario Mestre, Arq. Alejadro Rocha, Arq. Augusto Mirada, Arq. Mario Uriarte, Arq. José Luis Durán, Arq. Laura Ortiz, Arq. Alfonso Vargas
  • Electrical Engineering: IESSA
  • HVAC: Triple i

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GABRIEL MANCERA in Mexico City by FRANCISCO PARDO ARQUITECTO in colaboration with AMEZCUA

Sunday, April 30th, 2017

Article source: FRANCISCO PARDO ARQUITECTO in colaboration with AMEZCUA

On a 12.5 meters wide by 25 meters long site, 8 apartments were planned, 2 for each floor of the building. They were to be arranged longitudinally and divided by three voids: a central cube for services and two lateral ones for vine-covered terraces that would work as filters between the public and private spaces.

Image Courtesy © Fito Pardo

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