This building, designed in 2016 by the architectural firm Boué Arquitectos, consists of 36 small apartments of between 35 and 38 square meters each, and is located in Mexico City, Mexico.
It has an active ground floor integrated with three commercial spaces and a privileged location, which has recently been re-opened and integrated into traffic. The new design, far from trying to make the old look new, aims to highlight its history, linking it to a level of comfort that gives it simplicity and constructive efficiency to optimize the spaces, understanding the market to which it is directed and its specific needs.
Among its most outstanding attributes we can mention the rooftop garden with a panoramic view of the city, as well as highlight that the new design has a wide selection of colors, textures, and pieces of art. It also possesses common and circulation areas.
The interior of the apartments has been designed to define each space according to the optimized functionality of the furniture, the lighting, and the natural ventilation, as well as the maximized use of the circulations and the height between the floors, seeking, at all times, to take full advantage of the wonderful views towards the city.