Aerospace Hall, Mutec

Location: Mexico
Architects: Bernardo Gómez-Pimienta, José Serur
Collaborators: Leonardo Cerecedo, Luis Enrique Mendoza, Jesse Rodríguez, Ramón Álvarez, Denisse Zavala, Josué Vázquez, Jesse Rodríguez, Henny de Keijzer, José Barreto, Ivan Rey.
Render: Christian Santillano
Year: 2010 

Aerospace Pavilion.This project required large open spaces for the exhibition displays of aircraft and their components, as well as the equipment space exploration.The building is composed of three main floors and a mezzanine. The basement has office, logistics, maintenance, and staff areas—all naturally lit and ventilated via patios that have
been dug out; and a public auditorium. The main floor is contained by thirty meters cantilevered concrete slab, held by four structural columns containing the services and vertical circulations. A stair-ramp suspended from the cantilevevered slab takes you to the mezzanine and orders the interior space.