Monterrey 55 by PPAA

Comprehensive living space for urban residents

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科洛尼亚罗马是墨西哥城目前发展最迅速、前景最乐观的地区之一,Monterrey 55就是对位于该区域一栋建筑的恢复和重建项目。十九世纪的蒙特雷大街曾是一条林荫大道,知识分子和社会精英们的高级住宅遍布道路两侧。然而,由于70年代末政府推行的新城市化运动,蒙特雷大街发生了翻天覆地的变化,这些老房子也变得岌岌可危。

Monterrey 55 is a restoration and redevelopment project located in one of the most upcoming, upbeat, re–developing districts in Mexico Citmu cay: La Colonia Roma. In the 19th century, Monterrey Av. used to be a tree decorated boulevard with majestic residences where the intellectual elite used to live. Unfortunately, due to the new urbanization practices of the late 70’s, Monterrey Avenue’s life changed drastically putting these old houses in jeopardy. This is where this project comes in.

▼项目概览, overview

项目选中了一栋建造于1925年的三层洋房,它曾被改造成一栋写字楼,并因此失去了自身特点,重建工作的开展为之赋予了新的生命力。项目的核心目标是修复大厅内部环绕着中心天窗逐渐向上的木制三层楼梯,它们是这幢建筑的主要特征之一。

We have taken a three story beautiful house built in 1925 that had been stripped out of its character by turning it into an office space, and we have infused it with a new life. A central goal of this project was to rescue one of the main features of this house, its wooden three flight staircase that envelopes the skylight at the center of the house.

▼旧宅中心区域的旋转楼梯与天窗, spiral stairs and skylights in the central area of the old house

设计团队把中央区域修复成了主入口和大堂,翻新后这里可以直通新塔楼。原来的房子占了这块地的60%;剩下的40%团队利用轻钢结构和玻璃幕墙建造了一幢八层楼高的现代塔楼。由于之前房子的大小已经超过了现代住宅的需要,团队在尊重原有布局的条件下将其改为了两栋公寓。新建成的塔楼可以契合科洛尼亚罗马地区和整个墨西哥城的多种生活方式。

▼项目图,diagram

We recovered this area as the main entrance and residential lobby. This refurbished area leads to the new contemporary tower. The original house occupies sixty percent of the plot; in the remaining forty percent we have built this eight story tower using a light steel structure and a glass façade.The original house, which dimensions exceeds today’s needs, has been turned into two apartments that have respected the original layout. The new tower is attuned to the variety of lifestyles that inhabit La Colonia Roma and Mexico City as a whole.

▼露台位于全新打造的八层公寓中的第三层, the terrace is located on the third floor of the newly created eight-story apartment

▼新公寓大楼内的天井餐厅, patio dining hall in the new apartment building

新的建筑考虑了不同潜在居住者的需求。它有四间一居室的单人公寓、四间各有三居室的双层公寓、以及一间两居室的单层公寓。原有的屋顶被改造成位于公寓第三层的露天阳台。最终这栋房子被改造成了包含11个公寓的综合体,之前的华丽空间如今已能够满足21世纪公民们丰富多彩的居住需求。

Thus, it considers the needs and requirements of a wide variety of possible residents. It has four studios with one bedroom, four two story high apartments with three bedrooms each, and a single level apartment with two bedrooms. The rooftop of the original house is repurposed into the terrace space for apartments located on the third level. The result is a coherent eleven apartment complex where the magnificence of the past has evolved to satisfy the demanding lifestyles of the contemporary 21st century cosmopolitan citizen.

▼起居室,the living room

▼起居室细部,details of the living room

▼起居室一角,the living room

▼餐厅一角,the dining room

▼拥有巨幅落地窗的卧室,the bedroom with large floor-to-ceiling windows

▼从卧室入口向窗边看去,view to the window from the bedroom entrance

▼一层轴测图,first floor axonometric drawing

▼公寓正立面图, front facade

Location: Colonia Roma, Mexico City.
Year: 2016
Area: 2,088 m2
Team: Pablo Pérez Palacios + Alfonso de la Concha Rojas
Miguel Vargas, Andrés Domínguez, Juan Huicochea, Justino Torres, Nancy Estévez
Construction: DCPP Construcciones
Photography: Rory Gardiner

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