The Karajá, a building that aims to provide a housing solution for people in their first independent experience, located in the residential neighborhood Santísima Trinidad, blocks away from the Botanical Garden and main avenues, being a strategic point in macro level.
In the design, horizontality predominates, this resulted because of the use of the land in its greatest potential. 100% of the departments have their expansion towards the boundaries as opposed to the conventional concept; so the land is more profitable in favor of the economy, without decreasing the size and quality of the units.
The building is composed of three levels and a rooftop: the ground floor consists mostly of parking, in addition to a security post and 4 apartments; the model floor has 15 departments each, in addition to the horizontal and vertical circulation spaces.
The tipology of two bedroom apartments is proposed, a social bathroom, a integrated kitchen that is directly related with the dining room, the living room and balcony. The units are designed with comfortable spaces, with an innovative typology, occupaying an average of 70 m2 where all the living spaces face generous balconies, designed to enjoy the outdoors, giving value to the proposal.
The rooftop has laundry area, clothesline, bathrooms and is subtly divided into 4 spaces for social use with their respective grills.
The architecture of the building allows to take advantage of the light for the common areas, favored by the materiality: circulation área glass ceiling and floor halls metal mesh, allowing the natural light that enters from above to get to the ground floor in the vertical development of the levels, and at the same time these corridors are connected visually, also allowing the fluid wind current.