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architecture-interior-art

Pascal Arquitectos’ Da Vinci Residential Tower in Mexico

Posted by ewanvfe on 27/03/2008



This condominium tower includes 38 apartments. The service areas include a multi-purpose room, paddle tennis court, open swimming pool at the roof garden, lounge, SPA with a two lane lap-pool, jacuzzi, restrooms, dressing room, and a balcony with a fantastic view to the gardens. Each apartment has 3 bedrooms, all with bathroom and a walk-in closet, dinning room, living room, family room, full kitchen, service room; resulting in two types: one of 272.61 m2 and the other of 268.99 m2. All facade covering elements are hanged, attached with screws or staples, making them completely detachable. All these creates a thermo-meteorological acoustic barrier and in consequence this is very energy efficient building. At the same time, this system facilitates façade maintenance and replacement and a convenient access to hydraulic and sanitary installations that go through along the perimeter of the building. All of the residual water is treated and re-used in garden watering, car wash, and toilets. This building also comprises intelligent systems regarding access control, closed circuit, energy saving lighting controls and lamps

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