This apartment building is located in Benito Juárez, a borough of Mexico City, Mexico. Its design and construction were undertaken by the architectural firm Dellekamp, more specifically by Derek Dellekamp and Jachen Schleich. The project was completed in 2017 and covers a total area of 1,840 square meters.

The building is divided into 16 individual apartments, distributed in four levels, and these are in turn communicated vertically by an elevator.

Some of the apartments have exterior terraces and others possess an attractive roof garden.

Each apartment is divided into two sections, one containing the living room, dining room, and services, and the second the bedroom with closet and bathroom.

All apartments have views of the street, as well as balconies in the living room and in each of the bedrooms.

The interior of its hallways was done in concrete, and its vaulted ceiling is done in raw red brick, creating a beautiful combination of materials and textures. Beautiful hanging lamps drop from the ceilings, giving each space a chic and modern touch.

The same materials were used in the rest of the apartments – concrete walls with brick vaulted ceilings, combined with wood and glass walls, creating bright, open spaces, perfect for any style of décor.

Exterior view of the building with concrete and glass walls
Exterior view of the building with concrete and glass walls
Exterior view of the building with concrete and glass walls
Front of the building with balconies and glass walls
Front of the building with balconies and glass walls
Interior of the building with concrete walls and brick vaulted ceiling
Interior of the building with concrete walls and brick vaulted ceiling
Interior of the building with concrete walls and brick vaulted ceiling
Entrance with glass walls and wide concrete stairs
Entrance with glass walls and wide concrete stairs
Concrete hallway with hanging lamps
Concrete hallway with hanging lamps
Concrete hallway with hanging lamps
Interior of the apartment with concrete and glass walls