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Saturday, January 16, 2010

Gabriel Mancera Building - at103

Being charged by an architect client, on a 12.5 meters front by 25 meters long site 8 apartments are projected, 2 per floor arranged longitudinally and interrupted by three voids: a central one for services and two lateral ones for terraces that will be covered by climbing plants working as filter in-between public and private spaces.


Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Access to the building is through a pastel glossy pink painted Boolean in contrast with the black pigmented concrete facade, poured in wooden boxes and modulated every 60×90 centimeters with random perforations that allow a 40% of visibility, light and ventilation. Each apartment has 2 to 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, kitchen, living room, dinning room, 2 parking spaces, storage room and roof garden.

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Architects: at103 / Julio Amezcua + Francisco Pardo
Project Team: Tiberio Wallentin, Jorge Dominguez, Diana Vazquez
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Project year: 2004
Construction year: 2005
Constructed Area: 1,400 sqm

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

Gabriel Mancera Building, at103, Housing

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