mexico city, mexico


child care center


2,281 m²

year of design



mexico city, mexico

this family recreation center is designed to provide diverse spaces and activities for children of all ages and their parents. exploiting a horseshoe layout, the project aggregates a small performance theater, administrative offices on two levels and diverse classrooms under a saw-tooth roof that is the projects iconic feature. facades exploit hollow concrete block with varying openings to create a lively pattern, and classroom are painted vividly to make each one distinctive.

ground floor


access patio


therapy room


credits & colaborations

moritz melchert director / cruz criollo creative director / armando román creative director / abraham mena visual artist

simplicity in architecture

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