The cv29 Apartment Building is Mexican living that was designed and completed by Dellekamp Arquitectos in Calderon de la Barca 29, Polanco, Mexico. In Mexico City, in a neighborhood called Polanco, this fourth floor of the building with a basement, containing three apartments organized around a central courtyard. For the design approach, the fundamental strict rules, the way the building can not be higher than 9 meters, final floor plans, declaring himself in a diagonal to reach heights that allow additional floor in the back. To avoid constantly looking to the floor plan of the facade, all the different pieces of the triangle is in three levels, provides the interior space with double height, which articulate themselves on the floor space up or down, sometimes invade different apartments.
The interior distribution programs, service areas to concentrate on the interior side of the page, leaving free space at the street and the back porch to see the beautiful trees there. Region is divided in public looking westward road, and behind all private areas to the east, is divided into four modules in the floor plan, but has an additional level in this section, in part, is divided into two floors to make apartments and allow floor above to be a terrace looking out the street.