- Architects: Taller David Dana
- Location: Ciudad de México, Mexico
- Architect In Charge: David Dana
- Area: 1890 m2
- Project Year: 2017
- Photographs: Onnis Luque
From the architect. Malmo was developed in a compact site of 269m2 in one of the zones of greater seismic danger of the city. That catalyzed multiple challenges and opportunities that concluded in the following results: The building is displaced with a parking on the ground floor and 14 departments subdivided into 7 levels.
Its main characteristics are the structural simplicity and the dynamism of its facades according to certain manipulations in angles and slab rotations.
The layout presents 2 apartments in each level that are almost identical. The sixth and seventh levels experience a lateral displacement that gives rise to the integration of a large terrace adjacent to the loft apartment located in the penthouse.
Located in the heart of Mexico City, Malmo intends to offer its users a contemporary atmosphere creating contrast between existing buildings. The intention for the interiors of this project was to deliver a sober and harmonic space that had the ability to develop any activity day by day.