Category: Living Complex,In Design
Year: EN CONSTRUCCIÓN
Location: Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, México
FT2 Construction: 114,097 sq ft
FT2 Ground: 225,525 sq ft
Involved Areas: Architecture
DIRECCIÓN ARQUITECTONICA SC
STRUCTURAL DESIGN: ALINFRA DISEÑO Y CONSTRUCCIÓN
ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING DESIGN: ENERGY INSTALACIONES Y PROYECTOS
LIGHTING DESIGN: ILUMINARQ, Francisco Toledo
KITCHEN CONSULTANT: ARMETI MOBILIARIO INTEGRAL
The condominium construction project will be carried out on a 20,950 m2 property consisting of 42 apartments and 42 type houses, called “ALEDA”, to be developed on the property located at Diagonal 85 Sur, by Paseo Copan, Playa del Carmen, Municipality of Solidaridad, Quintana Roo.
Aleda raises the guidelines and design criteria that will be the basis for the development of the property. With apartments and houses that respond to the needs of the market, but also establish a balance to obtain the benefits of a master plan with common areas for the coexistence of the condominiums. An architectural readability is sought, where we show respect for rhythms, essence, light and shadow, starting from a human scale.
The type house has two habitable levels plus the Roof Garden area with the option to grow as a covered terrace with trellis.
On the first level it has two parking spaces, a kitchen, a half bathroom, a dining room and a terrace or garden area. This last area can be accessed from a side corridor.
On the second level it has three bedrooms each with its own bathroom and closet, laundry area and access to go up to the third level.
The master bedroom overlooks the private garden and has a covered terrace.
AMENITIES AND OPEN SPACES
The squares and gardens of the complex function as reference points. They are also important meeting areas linking the owners in a common area and the free area. The open spaces, heights, lighting and the materials that are sought in the squares will give life to the whole and will promote a safe environment within the project.
The whole concept gives priority to open areas. It was imperative to give rise to green areas. Free spaces are created for coexistence and recreation areas, giving the user more freedom and the different activities that are carried out.
The amenities area has a pool, wading pool, uncovered social area, lounge area, lounge area, soccer field, paddle court, gym, multipurpose room, bathrooms, children's playground area.
Apart from the central area of ??amenities, there are different common garden areas, whose function is to be a free and landscaped space where the user can make free use of the space at their convenience.
ACCESSES AND ROADS
For the design of ALEDA, there are vehicular accesses to the complex through Calle de Diagonal 85 sur.
Internally, two types of roads are proposed. The primary roads that are 8.00 m wide for being two-way and the secondary roads 6.00 m wide in one direction.
In ALEDA, sidewalks were designed for all 2.00 m wide roads. in which, using different treatments to the pavement, slopes, to give a sense of unity and homogeneity to the visual aspect from the user's point of view, as well as giving vehicular and pedestrian access to each type of lot and the different apartment buildings. The standard houses each have two parking spaces within their standard lot, and in the case of the apartments, it was sought to provide parking facilities and service to the apartment buildings in the exterior area. Each department also has two parking spaces each.
THE PEDESTRIAN ACCESS
The pedestrian access to the complex will be through Calle Diagonal 85 south. Where they will have a security booth for both vehicles and pedestrians. Access is through a special pavement and architectural elements that will welcome the user and make him feel part of a condominium. This access has equipment, water mirrors, different materials, colors, heights, pavements, etc.
Also, through the main access it will be possible to link the complex with the different houses, apartments and common areas of the property. This pedestrian permeability invites the user to explore the complex, but always maintaining the link with the urban context, integrating it with the surroundings. This access is connected through the passages within the complex by a sidewalk that surrounds the perimeter of the project.