González Luna Building Designed By Macías Peredo       An apartment in Mexico by local design studio Macias Peredo. The apartment, located in a heritage area, is in line with Guadalajara's modern style house from the 1950s, and the insertion of a garden makes the building more permeable. The building's low interior walls and permeable perimeter fencing form the base of a garden. The area is surrounded by triangular and trapezoidal sites, as well as a network of lines intersecting with the urban plan, designed to break the precepts established during the Renaissance.Whereas the site is divided into two important faces, one facing the smaller, quieter street that connects the industrial area with the main avenue on the west side of the city, the other is designated for commercial activities. The main entrance to the building is located below the facade, while the other side is designated for business. As a result, the complex is placed within the site as a projection of the trapezoidal geometry of the site.González Luna Building Designed By Macías PeredoGonzález Luna Building Designed By Macías PeredoGonzález Luna Building Designed By Macías PeredoGonzález Luna Building Designed By Macías PeredoGonzález Luna Building Designed By Macías PeredoGonzález Luna Building Designed By Macías PeredoGonzález Luna Building Designed By Macías PeredoGonzález Luna Building Designed By Macías PeredoGonzález Luna Building Designed By Macías Peredo

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