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HAVRE 69
COL. JUÁREZ

The Project

Havre 69 was constructed in the 19th century to harbor the homes of four upper-middle class families.
Decades later, Reurbano has fragmented these homes into new types of residential units and two commercial lots — a bakery and a restaurant — that establish a dialogue with the public realm, generating a mixed-use development that breathes pedestrian life into the area. The building rescues a deteriorating building of high historical relevance, modifying its use. By conserving and consolidating a heritage building, Havre 69 develops new spaces that satisfy current market demands and simultaneously created a link to the past. Its reach goes well beyond the building’s physical limits, as it succeeds at reactivating a historic neighborhood , giving way to new urban connections. In 2015, Havre 69 was named one of ArchDaily Mexico’s three Buildings of the Year.
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The Project

Havre 69 was constructed in the 19th century to harbor the homes of four upper-middle class families.
Decades later, Reurbano has fragmented these homes into new types of residential units and two commercial lots — a bakery and a restaurant — that establish a dialogue with the public realm, generating a mixed-use development that breathes pedestrian life into the area. The building rescues a deteriorating building of high historical relevance, modifying its use. By conserving and consolidating a heritage building, Havre 69 develops new spaces that satisfy current market demands and simultaneously created a link to the past. Its reach goes well beyond the building’s physical limits, as it succeeds at reactivating a historic neighborhood , giving way to new urban connections. In 2015, Havre 69 was named one of ArchDaily Mexico’s three Buildings of the Year.
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M2 rescued: 534.00 m2
Use: Mixed use development (Commercial, workspace and residential)
Number of units: 2 commercial premises y 14 apartments
Location: Juárez
Awards:
– Best works by Archdaily in 2015
– Winner at the Quito Biennial, 2014
– 1st Place at the Archmarathon festival in Milan, Italy.

Francisco Pardo y Julio Amezcua (AT103) 

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M2 rescued: 534.00 m2
Use: Mixed use development (Commercial, workspace and residential)
Number of units: 2 commercial premises y 14 apartments
Location: Juárez
Awards:
– Best works by Archdaily in 2015
– Winner at the Quito Biennial, 2014
– 1st Place at the Archmarathon festival in Milan, Italy.

Francisco Pardo y Julio Amezcua (AT103) 

“Havre 69 represents an opportunity to reconcile the old with the new, and it attempts to overcome the constraints presented by traditional and conventional design.”
Francisco Pardo
“Havre 69 represents an opportunity to reconcile the old with the new, and it attempts to overcome the constraints presented by traditional and conventional design.”
Francisco Pardo
HAVRE 69
HAVRE 69
The Neighborhood:
Juárez
The Neighborhood:
Juárez
The Neighborhood:
Juárez
The Neighborhood:
Juárez

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Mexico City

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