LOCATION: Querétaro, MX.
CONSTRUCTION: 85,650 m2
TEAM: Pablo Pérez Palacios + Alfonso de la Concha Rojas, Miguel Vargas, Ignacio Rodríguez, Elizabeth Saldivar, Álvaro Morales
Mirador Towers is an apartment complex comissioned by a developer agency in Querétaro Mexico. The design aim is to have six building blocks, and a common program for the tenants on floor level.
The main approach was to tie all the independent towers with a basement that contained all the common program and provided at the same time a permeable barrier to contain the main plaza in the middle of the masterplan.
Also this scheme helped to provide with a solid barrier the living áreas of the project, excluding the noise and dangers of the adjacent highway leading to the city.
All the building complex parts from a rigid structural grid and derivatives, making a complete rhythm around the main public ground, climbing up to the facades, which become more closed when required by lighting purposes.