Palmas House

Location:

Chapultepec, CDMX

Year:

2010

Area:

17,545 sq ft.

Status:

Built

 

A remodeling project in the residential zone of Mexico City’s upscale Lomas de Chapultepec neighborhood.
Casa Palma has two completely independent residential units that share the same services.

This is a four-storey development: the ground floor has an eight-vehicle garage, utility rooms, storage space and vertical circulation block, as well as a machine room; the second floor is the lower level of the residential units and contains the living room, dining room, family bedroom, breakfast area, kitchen and guest washroom.

The bedrooms are on the third floor, which is divided into two areas that can function as suites separated from the main ones, or as a games room.

The materials used are marble, etched glass and exposed concrete in light-colored tones to create a bright and serene ambience.

 

Architectural Project:

Jacobo Micha Mizrahi

Collaborators:

Désirée Gomez Cordova, Ernesto Rossell Zanotelli, Alfredo Muñoz Jiménez

Structure:

ISA SC / Ing. Jorge Godinez

Construction:

Archetonic / Jacobo Micha Mizrahi, Omar Parra, Citlali Corona

Technical Installations:

Ing. Raynald Mariotte

Photography:

Jorge Silva

 

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