rodin 33 residential complex situated in mexico city rodin 33 residential complex situated in mexico city
sep 15, 2016

rodin 33 residential complex situated in mexico city


‘rodin 33’, a residential complex in mexico city, is situated on a narrow site measuring 7.8m W x 28m L. the tower, designed by architect carlos marin, utilizes straight-forward construction techniques and interior planning to optimize quality of living while quickening timeline and reducing cost.

rodin 33 residential complex mexico city
stairwell to lobby
images © onnis luque, courtesy of HAUSM2




inside each unit, a living room and dining room open onto a 20m2 terrace that looks toward the mexico city skyline. this opening is accompanied by an interior patio that increases natural lighting penetration and also serves to separate private and public rooms. in two basements are placed the lobby, resident parking spaces, elevators, and building infrastructure. ‘rodin 33’ was designed by carlos marin. 


rodin 33 residential complex mexico city
interior patio voids

rodin 33 residential complex mexico city
internal patio

basement parking

rodin 33 residential complex mexico city
front terrace

exterior interior

‘rodin 33’

rodin 33 residential complex mexico city
nighttime lighting





project info:


architect: carlos marin
facilities project: alejandra siebel ing.
management and coordination: HAUSM2
structural project: eng gerson huerta
location: rodin 33, naples, CDMX
area: 1,200 m2
year: 2015
construction: 2015-2016
photography: onnis luque



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edited by: nick brink | designboom

  • Very handsome building. I looks like an easy place to live.


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