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Concrete Apartment Complex in Mexico City’s Polanco

Designed by the American architectural firm Studio Rick Joy, this residence is located in the upscale Polanco district of Mexico City, with tall windows placed on the timber-shaped concrete walls.

Tuscon was built in five floors, called Polanco in collaboration with the local studio.

The reinforced concrete carcass is made of concrete and consists of two two-storey apartment units stacked on top of each other.

The horizontal signs from the wooden boards are printed on the concrete – an effect known as wood-shaped concrete – penetrating the exterior of the window in three different sizes.

Polanco highlights three chambers inside its solid shell that are planted with vines and rich vegetation to take advantage of the lightwells.

“They add greenery and delicate quality to the uncovered solid structure and guarantee that sunshine arrives at the lower levels of the square,” said Studio Rick Joy.

Secured open air porches are likewise coordinated inside the structure, and have thick plantings and solid encompasses.

Polanco takes its name from the area in Mexico City where it is found, and joins various other contemporary loft units that have been based on Tennyson road in the previous scarcely any years.

A penthouse staying ranges the main two accounts of Polanco and is finished with a patio that neglects the tree-lined neighborhood. The yard is equipped with worked in seating orchestrated around a firepit, just as a shallow pool.

A sliding glass entryway gives access to a parlor and feasting zone, while a window offers looks into one of the structure’s patios.

Likewise on the highest floor of the penthouse is a kitchen, room and two restrooms.

Ground floor are three rooms with en-suite restrooms – one likewise contains a stroll in storage room. A sanctum additionally has a window offering sees into one more of the structure’s empty spaces.