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Davinci Residential Tower Architecture in Mexico

August 31, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Architecture

This Davinci Residential Tower Architecture, designed by Pascal Arquitectos. Located in Mexico, this tower includes 38 apartment. The service areas include multipurpose room, paddle tennis court, open swimming pool at the roof garden, lounge, SPA with a two lane lap-pool, jacuzzi, restroom, dressing room, and a balcony with fantastic view to the garden.

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Each apartment has 3 bedroom, all with bathroom and a walk-in closet, dining room, living room, family room, full kitchen and service room. This building using intelligent system for the building access, CCTV, energy saving lighting controls and lamps. [ Pascal Arquitectos ]

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