How can we balance the various resources we have for creating an architecture that functions within the real estate market? is an intriguing question to begin with when describing the argumentation that supports this project. We propose the description of a particular and local model in which the economy, logistics, resources, production systems, and a particular aspect of industrialization through metal structures became a working system for the studio, in certain ongoing projects, and particularly in this recently completed work.
The facade towards the square, the tree, and the peripheral condition were the three main elements that outlined the project. The building is developed in continuous strips of exposed reinforced concrete with an inverted beam system that generates the window sills for both the interiors and the expansions of the units. The continuous carpentry accompanies the horizontality and the long visuals of the landscape of the parks, with the cup of the Tepap tree as the main feature in its visual landscape and environmental regulator of the building.
On the ground floor, the building retreats from the official line, generating a large semi-covered access linked to the park with a large flowerbed. The interior ground floor towards the square was treated with a permeable facade of precast joists that allow light to enter and generate a visual nuance between the public space and the ground floor of the building.The common terrace of the building is located on the top floor with views towards the park and the lung of the block. This sector is made up of a general services area and a pergola with a metal and wood structure. This metal structure forms the duplexes of the building.