Located at the intersection of 9 de Julio and Paraguay, the project aims to seamlessly integrate the built environment of the surroundings. Here, a well-established frontage and an urban-scale silhouette are juxtaposed with the inherent characteristics of residential living, prioritizing a more intimate scale and a focus on the individuality of each dwelling.
The result is a collection of stacked units in two towers that converge at ground level, seamlessly integrating with the environment.
The ground-level morphology facilitates the creation of two courtyards – one more public, closely connected to the sidewalk, and another more secluded at the opposite corner of the lot. To complement these open spaces, various public programs, spanning gastronomic to cultural, are strategically positioned on the ground floor.
To ensure that the tower is perceived as a stack of smaller-scale units, we designed a series of floor plans that, through repetition, rotation, and symmetry, generate distinct individual characteristics that define each unit.