Equus 333 - Duda|Paine Architects
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Equus 333

Design for this new, iconic office and residential complex marks the threshold where an ever-expanding frontier of new development pushes against the mountainous backdrop of the Sierra Madre Orientals. Two sculpted, curvilinear office towers mark the skyline and move in dynamic counterpoint to one another. Their silhouettes stand out against the rich landscaped environment below. The experience of occupants is infused with daylight and unexpected views both inward on the garden terrace below and outward to panoramic surroundings. An abundancy of sunlight and the use of materials that reflect patterning found in the natural surroundings blur the boundaries between interior lobby spaces and the landscape. The highly successful project has also transformed the Monterrey skyline and redefined office and residential real estate in this growing and exclusive area of the city.

 

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Category

Working

Location

Monterrey, Mexico

Size

730,000 sf, 6.2 acres, 1.1 M sf below-grade parking