Zaha Hadid Unveils Community-Oriented Housing Project In Monte…

first_imgArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/631638/zaha-hadid-unveils-community-oriented-housing-project-in-monterrey Clipboard Mexico CopyAbout this officeZaha Hadid ArchitectsOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsUnbuilt ProjectResidential ArchitectureHousingDabasHousingMonterreyZaha HadidResidential3D ModellingMexicoPublished on May 14, 2015Cite: Rory Stott. “Zaha Hadid Unveils Community-Oriented Housing Project In Monterrey” 14 May 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Save this picture!© Zaha Hadid ArchitectsWritten by Rory Stott Share Zaha Hadid Unveils Community-Oriented Housing Project In MonterreySave this projectSaveZaha Hadid Unveils Community-Oriented Housing Project In Monterrey The design responds to its location in the Huajuco Canyon by arranging apartments to reduce solar loads and capture the prevailing winds and cool the buildings’ interiors. In addition, the facade of the buildings uses a matrix of balconies, arranged into a formation which “references the local architectural language and Mexican tradition of interlocking lattice geometries to provide shading and describe the outdoor space of each residence.”Save this picture!© Zaha Hadid Architects”Each side of the building has been shaped to optimize its environmental orientation, creating a sequence of interconnected internal and external courtyards, gardens and public spaces for both residents and neighbors,” explain Zaha Hadid Architects. “By gradually fragmenting the overall volume of the design, its relationship with its context is customized to become solid in some areas and permeable in others. This transition from solid to porous reflects the extreme contrasts which characterize the surrounding urban fabric: from the noisy commercial side with its eight-lane motorway; to the quiet, low-density suburban developments that spread to the base of the mountains in the distance.”Save this picture!© Zaha Hadid ArchitectsThe design also incorporates principles of CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design), using interconnected public spaces and natural surveillance to create a development that is community-oriented. At the center of the development is a 30,000-square-meter public park, which includes a Clubhouse, chapel, play areas for children, a skate park and sports areas, quiet zones for relaxation, a picnic area and an amphitheatre.Save this picture!© Zaha Hadid ArchitectsThe scheme is structured to be delivered in three phases. The first phase will containing 353 units, and is scheduled for completion in 2018.Save this picture!© Zaha Hadid ArchitectsArchitectsZaha Hadid ArchitectsLocationMonterrey, Nuevo Leon, MexicoArchitectural DesignZaha Hadid with Patrik SchumacherProject DirectorJuan Ignacio Aranguren C.Project ArchitectAndrés Arias MadridProject TeamSofia Amodio, Pierandrea Angius, Megan Burke, Cristina Capanna, Gerry Cruz, Johannes Elias, Veronica Erspamer, Gianni Giuffrida, Marco Guardincerri, Soomeen Hahm, Lisa Hofbauer, Julia Hyoun Hee Na, Stefano Iacopini, Lisa Kinnerud, Alexandre Kuroda, Mariagrazia Lanza, Carolina López-Blanco, Milica Pihler-Mirjanic, Sobitha Ravichandran, Kate Revyakina, Yitzhak Samun, Ricardo Sosa-Mejia, Ana Wang Zuñiga, Fei Wang, Fulvio Wirz, Paolo ZilliLocal ArchitectBUDICProject ManagementEscalaStructural EngineerFhecor Ingenieros + Alonso y AsociadosServices EngineersPGI EngineeringQuantity SurveyorLeopoldo Varela y AsociadosLighting ConsultantArtec 3Landscape ConsultantTaller de Operaciones Ambientales (TOA)ClientCitelis, Organización RamírezArea137000.0 m2Project Year2015PhotographsZaha Hadid ArchitectsProject gallerySee allShow lessCasa Patios / Riofrio+Rodrigo ArquitectosSelected ProjectsHazelton Residence 1 / Batay-Csorba ArchitectsSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, MexicoLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Zaha Hadid Unveils Community-Oriented Housing Project In Monterreycenter_img Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/631638/zaha-hadid-unveils-community-oriented-housing-project-in-monterrey Clipboard CopyZaha Hadid Architects have unveiled their first project in Mexico, a residential development in Monterrey. The country’s third-largest city, Monterrey is a rapidly growing and increasingly important manufacturing and technology center. The project, named “Esfera City Center,” is located to the southeast of Monterrey in the Huajuco Canyon, where it will provide crucial homes in a rapidly expanding part of the city.Consisting of 981 units from single-person lofts to four-bedroom apartments totaling 137,000 square meters, the design rejects the original brief from the client which called for 12 residential towers, instead opting for a series of long, low-rise blocks which surround a public park, bringing a community focus to the design.More images and information about the Esfera City Center project after the break.+ 9 “COPY” “COPY” Housinglast_img read more