Veracruz 60 | JSª

• April 6, 2010

Mexican architectural office JSª has designed an apartment building – Veracruz 60 located on Veracruz Avenue, Mexico.

+ Project description courtesy of JSª

In this building, located on Veracruz Avenue, we created different conditions in the interior spaces by playing with the heights in the mezzanines. The vertical circulation located in the center of the building, allowed intercalating the prototypes, so that the public areas always have a double height while the private areas have conventional heights. The main façade expresses the concept of the interior, with terraces that respond to the change of levels inside the apartments.

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Veracruz 60, image courtesy of JSª | Photo by Pedro Hiriart

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Veracruz 60, image courtesy of JSª | Photo by Jair Navarrete

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Veracruz 60, image courtesy of JSª | Photo by Pedro Hiriart

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Veracruz 60, image courtesy of JSª | Photo by Pedro Hiriart

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Veracruz 60 - Level 1 floor plan, drawing courtesy of JSª

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Veracruz 60 - Level 2 floor plan, drawing courtesy of JSª

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Veracruz 60 - Elevation, drawing courtesy of JSª

+ Project credits / data

Project: Veracruz 60
Location: Veracruz 60, Col. Roma, Del. Cuauhtemoc, Mexico DF
Date of Project: October 2005
Design Team: JSª / Javier Sanchez, Martina Paz, Juan Soler.
Renders: Alejandro Ita
Structure: Hector Margain, Eng.
Engineering: ARQ EN CIEL
Units: 5 Apartments
Average Surface: 2165 sq ft
Total Surface for Sale: 11,121 sq ft
Total Built Surface: 14,657 sq ft
Work Undertaken: Architecture Project
Photo: Pedro Hiriart and Jair Navarrete

+ All images and drawings courtesy of JSª | Photo by Pedro Hiriart + Jair Navarrete

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Category: Architecture, Residential

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