Art Deco Amsterdam Building by Jorge Hernández de la Garza
Architects: Jorge Hernández de la Garza
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Photo courtesy: Jorge Hernández de la Garza
The Amsterdam building is situated in the Colonia Condesa which has met since its commencement in the mid 30s 20s prominent samples of Art Deco construction modeling. This condo building looks to incorporate with contemporary dialect to the connection. Concrete clear in its veneer incorporates shading scope of Art Deco structures in the territory.
Its tallness is steady with the construction modeling of the territory and its patios look like the porches proposed by the structures of the early century. On the patios couple of grower were proposed which after some time incorporate the building with the way of its surroundings.
The formal proposition of building “L” permitted the area of a few offices at the back of the property sitting above Amsterdam. The venture is a piece of the legacy preservation to protect the building legacy of existing façade of the first house giving life in that space to an Ice-cream store Nomad which is a piece of the gourmet life in the zone.
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