Construction et aménagement de 32 appartements contemporains de type loft sur les hauteurs de Lima au Pérou.
Surface totale du projet : 16948 m².
Surfaces des appartements: 315 à 375 m².
Emplacement: district de Santiago de Surco, à proximité du Golf
The towers are built with a simple yet effective and elegant system : each floor is a concrete slab supported by two series of columns on their longest sides, placed in staggered rows. This special placement of the columns allows to maintain privacy despite the narrow lateral setbacks because it impedes straight views between adjacent apartments. On their outer face the columns are covered with polished stainless steel so that light is bounced and reflected between the buildings. On the inside, these columns are separated by tinted glass panels that create colorful and changing patterns.
The lofts offer generous, uncluttered spaces that extend outside through terraces and suspended gardens. They all provide wide open views to the north. The interior finishes rely on a limited range of sober and refined materials that interplay under the various qualities of light, whether it is filtered through the lateral columns or hitting directly through the vast north openings.