Refurbished Living by A-001 Taller de Arquitectura
By Eric • Mar 30, 2012 • Selected Work
Mexico City-based studio A-001 Taller de Arquitectura has designed the Refurbished Living project.
This 4,795 square foot three story contemporary home is located in Mexico City, Mexico.
Refurbished Living by A-001 Taller de Arquitectura:
“Refurbished Living transforms the soul of a home: undresses it of old histories and dresses it of new possibilities.
A house remembers. In its walls are recorded memories and illusions, in its structure, the life organization of a group of people. Refurbished Living analyzes every space of a not habited home, studies its potential and opens a range of possibilities for its transformation.
The result generates spaces modeling accord the personality of the new occupier; the spaces are redistributed accord their needs, the style is reinvented to be home for their emotions.
The surface of this city is ending, and requires building in the land of imagination. Refurbished Living is a mode of word, and a commitment to exploit every space of the urban mark. It’s an alternative of vertical construction and a commitment with sustainable construction, able to recycle limited resources and prepare them for new experiences.
Refurbished Living is the alchemy of the architecture serving the environment.”
Photos by: Eduardo Gorozpe, Santiago Arnau
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