• 139 SCHULTZ by CPDA Arquitectos

    An ideal residential building in one of the most bohemian neighborhoods of the city

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    该公寓楼位于SCHULTZ大街139号的San Rafael社区,是墨西哥城最具波西米亚特色的社区之一,它仍然保留着19世纪的建筑和社区氛围,其居民包含各个阶层的人士。社区本身的建筑也融合了文化、商业、娱乐以及历史等不同的功能。在距离公寓楼一个街区的位置,坐落着Mario Pani设计的广场酒店;公寓楼和两座住宅建筑由Luis Barragán建造,且分别配有商用空间。另外还有Mathias Goeritz设计的生态博物馆以及由Felix Candela设计、如今作为超市使用的Autos Francia大楼。社区内还竖立着雕塑家Oliviero Martinez创作的雕像《纪念母亲》。

    ▼社区鸟瞰,aerial view of the context ©Jaime Navarro

    “139 SCHULTZ” offers the opportunity to live in an ideal place, located in the street of Miguel E. Schultz 139 San Rafael neighborhood. In one of the first neighborhoods in the center of Mexico City. It is one of the most bohemian neighborhoods of the city, which still preserves its 19th century architecture and the atmosphere of a neighborhood of yesteryear that houses a proven variety of social classes, as the lower middle class neighborhoods coexist with cultural buildings, corporate, entertainment and historical. Located one block from Sullivan Avenue where Mario Pani made the Plaza Hotel; Luis Barragán built the whole of an apartment building and two houses, each with a commercial space, Mathias Goeritz built the Eco Museum; Felix Candela built Autos Francia, which is currently a supermarket and still keeps its concrete umbrellas, and the sculptor Oliviero Martinez took over the sculptural set Monument to the Mother.

    ▼公寓楼外观,exterior view ©Jaime Navarro

    ▼露台鸟瞰,aerial view ©Jaime Navarro


    ▼朝向Schultz大街的主立面,entrance facade facing the street of Schultz ©Jaime Navarro

    The 6-level building is made up of 21 departments of different typologies ranging from 60 m2 to 120 m2 approximately, with an interior distribution that favors ventilation and natural lighting in all living areas, with views towards their inner courtyards as well as the Street. A central courtyard that separates from the southern boundary, serves to give a greater surface of interior façade, allowing a greater natural lighting and cross ventilation inside the houses. It also has three interior patios of different sizes which separate the common area from the private area. The volume of the building moved in an “L” shape to its patio, where corridors, balconies and terraces are created, community spaces that are considered as places of relationship of the condominium and intermediate areas between the exterior and the interior space.

    ▼入口外观,entrance ©Jaime Navarro


    The facade facing the street of Schultz composed of a double skin of red concrete and apparent red wall, is more sculptural, monolithic, like posters, to avoid the passage of direct light and grant privacy. Besides that it works as acoustic insulation against street noise. The interior facades are composed of red enameled partition and floor to ceiling windows of black aluminum wardrobe.

    ▼外侧的红色立面由混凝土材料构成,内侧的立面则由饰以红漆的隔墙以及黑色的铝制落地窗构成,the facade facing the street of Schultz composed of a double skin of red concrete while the interior facades are composed of red enameled partition and floor to ceiling windows of black aluminum wardrobe ©Jaime Navarro



    The project has basically 2 types of departments, the front departments with 2 bedrooms and the interior apartments with 1 bedroom. The materials used are materials in apparent finishes, such as red concrete, red partition, quarry and wood; thought with natural and durable materials. The solution of the distribution in the house is divided into two parts, a “living area” in the east and a “sleeping area” in the west, with wet rooms, bathrooms and kitchens, on one side. The balconies become a spatial extension of the living-dining room, a perception that is accentuated thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows.

    ▼公寓主要分为2个基本的类型,包括朝外的两居室和朝内的一居室,the project has basically 2 types of departments, the front departments with 2 bedrooms and the interior apartments with 1 bedroom ©Jaime Navarro


    ▼公寓内部,interior view ©Jaime Navarro

    ▼起居室-餐厅区域,living-dining area ©Jaime Navarro

    ▼卧室,bedroom ©Jaime Navarro


    The interior route leads us through wide spaces to corners whose windows overlook small planters and the depths of intimate spaces. The exterior shape of the building, generated from this varied arrangement of spaces, is incomprehensible from the inside. However, the form is free and ductile, as if an interior force pressed the walls outward; the expansive character of the interior of the dwellings is a place for evasion and dreams.

    ▼立面细部,facade detail ©Jaime Navarro

    ▼凉廊,loggia ©Jaime Navarro

    ▼室外楼梯,outdoor stair ©Jaime Navarro

    ▼从露台望向城市,city skylight seen from the terrace ©Jaime Navarro

    ▼夜景,night view ©Jaime Navarro

    ▼标准层平面图,typical plan

    ▼6层平面图,plan level+5


    ▼纵剖面图,longitudinal section

    ▼横剖面图,cross section

    Nombre del Proyecto: 139 SCHULTZ
    Oficina de Arquitectura: CPDA Arquitectos
    Sitio Web: www.cpda.mx
    E-mail contacto oficina: [email protected]
    Arquitecto a cargo: Juan Pablo Cepeda
    Equipo de Diseño: Eloisa Quejeiro, Enrique Jubis, Viviana Arteaga, Patricia Jaurez
    Ubicación (calle, comuna, ciudad, país): Miguel E. Schultz 139, San Rafael, Ciudad de México, México.
    Año término construcción: 2018
    Superficie construida: (m2) 2,800 m2
    Fotógrafo / Sitio web: Jaime Navarro
    Otros Participantes: escribir categorías relevantes para la obra, ej: Construcción, Cálculo Estructural, etc.
    Construcción: Mocaa Arquitectos
    Ingeniería Estructural: Humberto Girón
    Diseño de Iluminación: Luz y Forma

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