Acevedo 663 is a set of 10 apartments and parking spaces located in the neighborhood of Villa Crespo in the city of Buenos Aires.
The building is developed on the ground level and 4 floors. At the pedestrian level is located the access hall to the units and the parking area.
Each level is organized into two volumes. Facing the street there are two apartments, A 1-bedroom and a studio. In the back, the quiet part of the building, there is a 2-bedroom apartment. The one on the first floor has a broad private patio and the 4th floor apartment includes access to its private terrace.
The two volumes are joined by bridges covering 10m in length without supports generating partially covered open halls of access to the units. This provides sun lighting and ventilation to the apartments and common areas of the building.
The facade was resolved with a permeable mesh made of vertical metal planks that generate from the outside the sensation of movement as one approaches or moves away from the building. It gives different permeabilities to the interior, while maintaining the privacy of the apartments and giving transparency to the street. It is dynamic as it changes according to point of view, and works as a filter and solar control towards the Northwest.