This 162,658-square-foot project has a production area, warehouse, administrative area, interior and exterior service areas, outdoor parking, green areas and a maneuvering yard.
The greatest construction challenge came up during the elevation’s finishes, as the color game required detailed work to achieve the final result where a grid was generated in the walls and each rectangle had to be painted according to the design. The color issue was resolved by integrating the building to the environment using warm colors found in the environment.
The walls of the building’s sides resemble the projection of sound—a decreasing movement from the center.
A second stage is planned in approximately 54,993 square feet, in which the ship will be expanded, as well as the outdoor intervention. As for the interior of the building, the characteristics of the production area, also known as the clean room, stand out. Because of the audio technology developed here, the inside space was built to be a non-static area.
The main element of the construction development is the concrete walls that frame the perimeter, giving a sense of both structural and personal security. Tilt-up walls on facades have varying heights, reaching up to 46 feet.
Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco 47515
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