We designed this horizontal living complex made up of 6 different units by adapting the design to the steep slope the land provided.

Studio Name: arquitectura sistémica
Design Team: Samantha Mendoza, Antonio Peña, Juan Garay, Nuria Rodriguez
Area: 1300m2
Year: 2015-2016
Location: Mexico City
Consultants: Fernando Zalivar in structural design and Marco Antonio Mendoza in power and watering facilities design.
Photography Credits: Rafael Gamo

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We achieved this by designing the houses in a mezzanine distribution allowing us to share floors between houses making the structural system work as a whole.

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Every house has different spaces divided by stairs each having two parking spaces, a laundry and service area, a public space with the kitchen and dining room merged together and 4 different rooms that can be used as living quarters or as family rooms, offices, etc.

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Each house has a private little roof garden and an internal patio that gets natural light into every corner.

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