Mexico 2018 – 24 architecture and interior design studios took over an abandoned house in Mexico City setting rooms and outdoor spaces with their unique style. Until October 28, the Design House, one of the major venues of the 10th edition of Design Week Mexico, will be open to the public showcasing Mexico City’s vibrant design scene.
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Award-winning interior designer Sofía Aspe welcomes visitors in a bar with millennial-pink, green and mustard interiors. Luxurious vegetation blends with brass and bronze furniture while cocktails can be enjoyed while seated on metallic rocks.
C Cúbica Arquitectos designed a living room with a neutral palette that “allows us to experiment with various materials and elements such as light, always maintaining a distinct geometry,” say at the studio to Archipanic.
Broissin created a glass tree house reinterpreting the children’s innocent and intimate shelter for dreams and playful adventures. “The setting questions privacy issues in a world where the built space is challenged by social media and digital technologies”.
Rhyzhoma and VGZ Arquitectura y Diseño blurred the lines between indoor and outdoor. Rhyzhoma designed a master bedroom merging with a rooftop terrace inviting nature into everyday life. According to the motto Less Is More, VGZ Arquitectura y Diseño reinterpreted luxury in a 33 sqm self-sustaining home harnessing from solar power and a rain.
“We want the boundaries between inside and outside to be erased. We believe that having access to outdoor space and contact with nature is paramount,” explain at VGZ . The setting opens to the terrace at both ends and coexists with the landscape, sustainably.
With a view to the central garden in one of the adjoining corners of the house, Grupo de Diseñadores developed a rest space inspired by the vibrant colours, volumes and textures of Mexican culture and architecture.
Raul de la Cerda Studio’s passageway represents the ability to change realities through the use of marble window structures that swivel to allow light in or restrict its entry
ADI created an intimate small bathroom, a silent niche, conceived as an ‘urban sanctuary’ where you can log off from stress and concentrate on yourself before the plunging into the city’s hustle and bustle.
Photos: courtesy of Design Week Mexico.