PSJ | AS/D

• December 22, 2010

Mexican architectural firm AS/D designed the PSJ building located at the commercial strip of Tlalnepantla, Estado de Mexico.

+ Project description by AS/D

The Building has been designed to allocate both retail and office space in a 900 square meter site located at the commercial strip of Tlalnepantla, Estado de Mexico.

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PSJ, image courtesy AS/D

The building has two fundamental components: The ground floor a transparent volume that allows a unique interaction with the interior and it’s context, the upper level a volume with a more solid and reflective appearance allocates the offices. The façade presents a series of vertical openings that are intended to bring natural light into the offices.

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PSJ - FLOOR PLANS, drawing courtesy AS/D

The program requirements are organized in 3 levels: An underground parking that introduces lighting as well as ventilation due to its elevated platform; graphics are introduced as part of the design of the building.

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PSJ, image courtesy AS/D

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PSJ - SECTION, drawing courtesy AS/D

The main entrance acts as a connecting component between the main areas, creating a continuous dialogue between interior and exterior. The ground floor allocates the retail space around a double height atrium. The retail spaces range from 45 sq. meters to 75 sq. meters; its layout allows different possibilities of configuration as well as both interior and exterior frontage for maximum exposure.

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PSJ, image courtesy AS/D

The upper level contains space for 8 independent offices which range from 45 sq. meters to 135 sq. meters, each one having privacy as well as independent access through a corridor and bridge that projects towards the central atrium. The double height space is used to introduce light onto the inner facades.

The volumetric composition that projects and appears to be floating gives the building a strong yet subtle image within its surroundings.

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PSJ - SECTIONAL AXO, drawing courtesy AS/D

+ Project credits / data

Architectural design: AS/D | http://www.asd-architecture.com/
Lead designers: FERNANDO VELASCO, PAOLA MORALES.
Team: JOSE MUNOZ, EDUARDO PALOMINO, SANTIAGO GARCIA DE LETONA, PIERGIANNA MAZZOCCA.
Construction: PUNTO Y RAYA ARQ. Y CONSTRUCCION. HONORIO JUAREZ
Technical coordinators: ESPACIO Y HABITAT, DISENO Y CONSTRUCCION.
Visualization: LAB 07 CARLOS MARIN, AS/D, FASE CUATRO.
Photography: JEREMY CLOUSER , PIERGIANNA MAZZOCCA

+ All images and drawings courtesy AS/D

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Category: Architecture, Commercial, Office

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