The project is located in a large, 10,200 m2 site with a spectacular view of the Sierra Madre and the Campestre Golf Club, adjoining two very tall buildings (35 floors) on each side. The zone is one of the fastest-growing real estate developments in San Pedro Garza, Monterrey with a 100% corporate focus and expansion of major projects.
The building is generated as a large volume set at a 45° angle to the entrance road. This rotation enables improved visibility for the four faces of the building that look towards the Sierra Madre mountain range and the golf course, and endows the urban presence of the building with a stronger character. The permitted construction heights and proportions of the volume led to the decision to divide it into four sections using grooves along two axes, generating svelte proportions for each body. Structurally the building is resolved by means of a central structural core of reinforced concrete, a series of concrete perimeter columns and perimeter beams in the slab. The steel façade functions as a structure to resolve the building. It is a combination of steel and concrete. Finally, a lateral movement in each of the sections sees each displaced toward the right until it reaches the next one, creating a sense of movement. This dynamism is further emphasized by the repeated parallel lines of the structural façade accompanying the movement of each volume. The movement of the four bodies in combination with the façade is related in an abstract manner with the natural formations of the Sierra Madre.