*멕시코 하브 69 공동주거 [ at103 + Reurbano ] Havre 69

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100년전, 19세기에 지어진 4층 높이의 역사적인 건축물을 현대 도시공간에 알맞도록 재구성한다. 12가구를 위한 주거유닛 생성과 추가로 사무실 및 두개의 근린생활시설을 덧 붙인다. 이를 통해 이곳; 공동주거와 도시와의 공적인 경계, 접점의 폭을 넓힌다. (두개의 근생; 제과점과 저렴한 메뉴를 판매하는 레스토랑 신설)

이번 프로젝트, 역사적 값어치가 있는 건물에 대한 리노베이션은 시간이 축척된 장소에 대한 존중 예의인 동시에 이를 현대 도시공간 속에 생활에 적합하도록 재구성, 현재의 장소성에 이격되지 않도록 재배치하는 과정을 의미한다. 이로써 헌것-old-, 버려진 것에 대한 정의는 재조정 되고, 그것에 상응하는 가치를 재발견하게 된다. 

이번 프로젝트가 시사하는 바는 정확하다. 과거를 버리지 말라. 현재까지 축척된 시간의 흔적을 존중해라. 그리고 이를 다음 세대를 위해 전달해 주어라. 이는 지금을 사는 우리가 해야하는 의무이자. 권리이다.

reviewed by SJ,오사



Havre 69 is located in the southern part of Paseo de la Reforma, Colonia Juarez, the most exclusive neighborhood in during the years of the Porfiriato.

With the twentieth century and the growth of the city, Colonia Juarez was immersed in the great metropolis; its original residents moved to new neighborhoods like Lomas de Chapultepec and Polanco, while many houses were converted into businesses, resulting in the Zona Rosa in the mid-twentieth century. Over the years, changes in land use and the 1985 earthquake detonated a process of abandonment, which is currently being reversed by regeneration programs in Reforma Avenue and the Historic center of Mexico City.




Architects: at103,
Location: Havre 69, Juárez, 06600 Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
Project Architects: Francisco Pardo + Julio Amezcua (at103)
Design Team: Luis Guízar, Karen Burkart, Alan Orozco, José Luis Fajardo, Stephan Rasinger, Aarón Rivera
Development: Rodrigo Rivero Borrell Wheatley, Alberto Kritzler Ring, Christian Dávila, Sergio Rojas, Uriel Becker (Reurbano)
Bakery Design: Jaime Serra
Project Area: 1506.0 m2
Project Year: 2013
Photographs: Rafael Gamo

Over 100 years ago, the structure of the nineteenth century which we are working on housed four upper middle class families. Our project breaks these houses into 12 new homes, plus offices and two businesses: a bakery and a restaurant with an inexpensive fixed menu, which together with the public space that links them, generate a particular mix of uses, giving pedestrian life to the site.

Beyond the desire for novelty and confrontation with the likes of a certain part of society, we find that there are different answers to the need to densify the city.

The proposed transformation appropriate to the spirit of the times ahead, make us rethink those historic buildings that abound in Mexico. Havre 69 represents an opportunity to turn to see the “old” and recover the cult of the “new”, and seeks to overcome the constraints of tradition and convention.

The main innovation of Havre 69 is that it revalues and rescues an abandoned building with historical significance, changing its use and densifying the city. The project builds, maintains and strengthens an old architectural space, developing new spaces that meet current needs, with a contemporary language that avoids the “historic false” and integrates the project into the existing context.

Havre 69 creates new relationships between the city, the neighborhood and the old abandoned houses while retaking its urban footprint, resulting in improvements for the area and its inhabitants. The project allows to enter the city through narrow spaces at the sides, opening to the immediate context to regenerate the fractured urban texture of the neighborhood.













from  archdaily

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