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Mitikah 1A Residential 

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Mexico DF, Mexico


Architects  Roberto Espejo 

                   Mark Hesselgrave

                   Gregorio Vasquez


The Mitikah Residential Tower 1A is part of the Mitikah Master Plan located in the south of Mexico City near Coyoacan. Developed during Phase 1 in conjunction with a neighboring clinic building designed by renowned architect, César Pelli of Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, the Mitikah Residential Tower 1A building was conceived as a series of raised gardens and plazas reminiscent of the Aztec temples of Mexico.

The stepped massing of the building start below grade with acovered, sunken retail plaza to a 2nd lounge level to an 18th pool terrace level, ending in a 22nd level roof garden and planted walkway and framed by a monumental trellis at the roofs edge.

The project incorporates rental residential apartments of 40m2, 60m2, and 80m2 and are distributed to best use light and natural ventilation. 

The internal circulation per floor extends to the buildings exterior and is used as an opportunity to be perched among balconies located on the building facades at the end of every corridor on each floor. These balconies offer the residences amazing views of this ambitious new urban development, as well as being animated on the building exterior

A unique retail element is the submerged retail plaza at the main facade which includes a major supermarket and adjacent retail that will eventually connect to the almost 50,000m2 of retail part of adjacent phases. The project also has retail at the ground level, which will have shops and restaurants and is the first in a series future residential, office and hotel buildings, all part of the Mitikah Master Plan and designed by such renowned architects as Cesar Pelli, Richard Meier and RTKL

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