Pascal Arquitectos designed the ‘Portofino Residential Condominiums’ in Mexico.
Description from the architects:
Portofino condominium is located in an exclusive residential area in Mexico City. It occupies a 15,000 m2 terrain with deep slopes with 30,000 m2 of construction.
This project includes three apartment towers, two per floor, and a common area with panoramic views. Also, as a complementary service to the complex apartments, it has a club house situated independently from the towers.
The shape of the towers is symmetrical, like a regular prism, that shows a change of material at the middle of it’s height, displaying at the beginning beige hindu sandstone and on the upper section white concrete precast, obtaining a lighter visual effect and the urban integration with the rest of the sorroundign buildings which are lower and coincides with the ground level.
Each apartment is 450 m2 containing a living room, a dining room, kitchen, family room, services area and three bedrooms with bath and dressing room.
The club house counts with a ballroom for 350 people, a business center, tennis courts, a complete spa, swimming pool, gym, beauty parlor, playground and a small supermarket.
|Project Architect||Carlos Pascal, Gerard Pascal|