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Calle 20 34 // Taller Capital

Mexico City, Mexico

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Situated in San Pedro de los Pinos, a neighborhood in the central area of Mexico City, this project is the result of three factors: real estate forces, the need for privacy, and the creation of luminous and ventilated spaces. On a plot of 3875 square feet, the conceptual scheme proposes six townhouses with an area between 3000 – 2335 square feet, including outdoor spaces and parking.

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© Taller Capital

© Taller Capital

© Taller Capital

With the main objective of giving natural light and ventilation to all the living spaces, the idea of this project hinges on the creation of a central patio divided into four. This open area provides each of the rear houses with an independent terrace that, through a well-planned greenery system, also fulfills the purpose of privacy.

Houses are developed in three levels, having public spaces on the first and private spaces on the second and third.

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© Taller Capital

© Taller Capital

© Taller Capital

There is also a roof terrace on each of the houses. Through these actions we satisfy the desired density without compromising spatial quality and privacy..

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