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Galileo Apartment Building by Pascal Arquitectos in Mexico City, Mexico

August 30, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Architecture, Modern Home

This modern apartment design was designed by Pascal Arquitectos. Located in Mexico City. Galileo Apartment Building was designed with combining different glass, wood and concrete opacities. The roof is used as the fifth façade and common area that includes a pool and sunbathing area, recreational space and a gym.

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The exterior the combination of the concrete facades and balconies, breaks up and emphasizes the building’s volume rigidity. The rear façade follows the same design tendency although with a different construction system. The interior, all areas are naturally illuminated and ventilated without being exposed to the exterior. [ via ]

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