Adamant Querétaro - Mayer Hasbani
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Adamant Querétaro

Currently Queretaro is one of the cities with greatest urban progress and economic growth of Mexico. Adamant is the architectural reflection of this development, however, it differentiates itself strongly from its market by being an architectonic project that bets on singularity and care of its detail. It steps away from real estate standardization and is aware of the context and contemporary needs of the population.

 

Adamant Queretaro emerges on the mountaintop of one of the most prestigious areas of the city. It takes advantage of the sinuous land and height to extend its proportions, until reaching the sky: it is a vertical urban reference, almost like a contemporary cathedral. The building localization over a natural curve of the hillside and opens in a direction contrary to the mountain’s geometry so that the motor lobby gives a natural channel to the flux of vehicles and passerby that access through the street.

Location: Querétaro
Client: Milk Life Investments
Type: Multifamily
Area: 21,500 sqm
Writing date: 2013
Construction date: 2017
Architect: Mayer Hasbani
Project Team: Fredy Angeles, Alma Montiel, Paola López Solis, Fernanda Ramírez, Susana Góngora
Status: Built

Construction team

Construction: Milk Life Investments
Structure: AG2M
MEP: BIMstudio
Lighting Design: LIGHTEAM
Photography: Paul Czitrom