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Modern Construction Houses an Office Complex in Yucatan, Mexico

By • Jan 24, 2018

The city of Merida, the vibrant capital of the Mexican State of Yucatan, is the location of this simple and modern construction, which covers an area of 270 square meters. It was designed by the architect Roberto Ramírez Pizarro of the in the year 2016.

Side view of the garden

“When nature prevails over construction,” was the premise for the design, and the marked line that led the firm to make this office complex in the north of the city. It covers an area 10 meters wide by 29 meters deep, just one block from one of the main and busiest avenues in the city.

Garden with vegetation

The plan consisted of superimposing the two bodies that make up the construction in such a way that they “trapped” the trees, and at the same time created a small alley towards the outside.
The design is dominated by light shades of white and beige, with some accents in black and wood as well.

Black glass walls connect with the garden

A first volume in black glass, which gives an air of elegance to the construction, receives us on the left side, its polished surface reflecting the preexisting vegetation as well as the new area that has been planted. The transparencies invite us to the interior and unite the interior with the exterior in a natural way and without interruptions. The complex houses two companies, one for Design and Advertising and another for Architecture.

Interior of the small office area
Lobby area decorated in black and white
Office with glass walls
Office with exterior views
Modern office with terrace
Internal concrete stairs
Large office area at night hours
Reception with rest area
Modern office with wooden floors
Terrace connected to the office area
View of the interior of the offices from the terrace
Terrace at night
Night front view

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