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Alpes House | Garduño Arquitectos

Alpes House | Garduño Arquitectos

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• February 9, 2011 • Comments (0)

Mexico-based Garduño Arquitectos recently has completed the Alpes House in Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico. We decided to use concrete as our main language, dialoguing with the natural context as well as the different spatial, functional and mood necessities. The color of the concrete was made to match a sample of “tepetate” (a brittle volcanic rock), […]

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RESTAURANT O2 - A garden in the parking | Garduño Arquitectos

RESTAURANT O2 – A garden in the parking | Garduño Arquitectos

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• July 7, 2010 • Comments (0)

The RESTAURANT O2 by Mexico-based Garduño Arquitectos is a garden restaurant converted from an underground parking lot. When we were confronted with the challenge of designing a restaurant in an overcrowded and concrete-saturated area, we set out to create something that would also make a contribution to area, with vegetation, warmth and a commitment to […]

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Canelos 59 Building | Garduño Arquitectos

Canelos 59 Building | Garduño Arquitectos

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• May 5, 2010 • Comments (0)

The Canelos 59 Building by Garduño Arquitectos is a residential building to accommodate 6 units of vertical home in Mexico. The main objective of this program was to give every space a view of the green area without visual interference from the immediately adjacent buildings. With this design in mind, we built a façade which, […]

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Monte Elbruz Building | Garduño Arquitectos

Monte Elbruz Building | Garduño Arquitectos

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• August 3, 2009 • Comments (1)

Mexico-based Garduño Arquitectos has designed the 24 units housing development project – Monte Elbruz Building, of not more than 6 levels (local regulation) in such the small site, located in Polanco, Mexico City. The linear courtyard is introduced in between two linear apartment blocks that playing an important rule to the project. + Project description […]

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