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© Camila Cossio

© Camila Cossio


© Camila Cossio


© Camila Cossio


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  • Architects

    Domingo Delaroière, José Cortines, Víctor Stolkin
  • Location

    Calle Augusto Rodin 199, Cd. de los Deportes, 03710 De los Deportes, CDMX, Mexico
  • Area

    2945.0 m2

  • Project Year

    2017

  • Photographs

    Camila Cossio
  • Other Participants/Collaborators

    Elizabeth Bahena Landa, Ana Lilia Ortega Molina, Gabriela González Avíla


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Text description provided by the architects. A project of 19 apartments from 78 to 96m2, in a building composed of two blocks of 5 levels each with a central core. The relationship between the exterior/interior is discreet by the use of windows embrasures to let natural light into the interior but not let see the privacy of the apartment from the street.

Rodin 199 Building / José Cortines + Domingo Delaroière + Víctor Stolkin, © Camila Cossio

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Brick latticework and large balconies are also used to protect the pristine views inside and at the same time expand the living space. The apartments on the 5th floor have direct access to a private roof garden by exterior stairs, two of them pass through the facade. It also has a common roof garden for all departments in order to take advantage of the 5th façade at 100%.


Ground Floor Plan

Ground Floor Plan

The structure of the building is made of concrete with brick walls. The bricks walls were specially made for this project with mass coloring to obtain the desired shade. Both the brick, the black enclosure, the- volcanic local Stone) floors and the tzalam doors are Mexican products.


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Typical Floor Plan

Typical Floor Plan


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© Camila Cossio

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