This project came about as a job from a loyal client for over two decades, whose interest lies in architecture itself, but as a differentiating factor for his product as well.
It is a residential complex of 51 homes on a property sloping steeply towards the south, with southern and northern access points.
It was decided to create two identical buildings, taking advantage of the slope and using the space between them to place the pedestrian and vehicular accesses on both streets.
The blocks are situated lengthwise, running east-west, and are terraced towards the south, seeking out views and natural light. Two very different facades are thus generated: the southern one is tiered, with horizontal patterns predominating, while the northern one features vertical patterns identifying the central staircases.
The textures accompanying the volumes are striking on the facades, with a combination of limestone, weathering steel, glass and concrete.