*멕시코 아파트 리노베이션 작업 Bright white walls contrast historic facade of MM34 apartments in Mexico City

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Tacuba 지역에 위치한 역사적인 건물을 아파트먼트로 새롭게 리노베이션 합니다. 

역사적 맥락을 연결하는 것과 함께 쇠락한 지역 도시환경을 재구축하기 위한 일환으로 진행됩니다.

Mexican architect Inca Hernández has renovated and refurbished a crumbling historic building to create apartments in Mexico City.

Located in Tacuba neighbourhood, the Mar Mediterraneo 34 (MM34) building was originally completed in 1910 and had since fallen into disrepair.

"At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, Tacuba became one of the wealthiest areas of the city with large country houses, which over time and different political changes were abandoned and many were collapsed," said Hernández.

"However, among these vestiges the house of Mar Mediterraneo 34 remained."

Hernández's aim for the project was to reference the history of the building, which he said was valued by National Institute of Fine Arts and the National Institute of Anthropology and History, while also creating contemporary apartments.

His response was to do that quite literally by splitting MM34 into two styles: one has refurbished elements of the old structure and the other half features the original clay-brick walls covered in bright white plaster.


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