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Amsterdam 75 House in Mexico City
Contemporary México Apartment and Penthouse Property – design by Jorge Hernández de la Garza
23 Feb 2018
Amsterdam 75 House
Design: Jorge Hernández de la Garza
Location: Hipódromo, México D.F., Mexico
Amsterdam 75 House
Photos: Jorge Hernández de la Garza
Amsterdam 75 is located in the neighborhood Hipodromo of Mexico City in a rectangular area where the intervention consisted of solving 5 departments of different types and an additional dwelling which is inside an old house catalogued by the Institute National of Fine Arts.
The architectural program was solved in two large volumes in the form of boxes of apparent concrete which are oriented towards the tree-lined avenue and thus frame the best views towards the immediate context.
A penthhouse is in the last two levels and has a double height that articulates the public spaces of the house in its two levels.
In the back of the site the building is tucked in its west facade with terraces that generate solar protection and that take advantage of the views towards the park Spain
Amsterdam 75 House, Mexico City – Building Information
Design team: Alin Gamboa, Miguel Angel Loyola, Octavio Alvarado, Isabel Hernández
Real Estate Developer: Grupo Desarrollador FG2
Structural Design: Miguel Angel Arriaga
Engineering: Mauricio Gutierrez
Photography: Jorge Hernández de la Garza
Amsterdam 75 House in Mexico City images / information received 230218
Location: Hipódromo, México D.F., México, North America
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