Apartment located in Bosques de las Lomas, Torre Elevia.

It was designed especially for an older couple, they required a space in which they could receive many guests either family or friends, so the social area was quite large, this space overlooks the golf course and wanted to take full advantage, using large windows and creating a terrace with the idea of joining the green elements of the outside with the apartment.

This space is made up of living room, dining room, family room and a kitchenette with suede dining room, the latter was added to this area in order to receive informal guests and have a more relaxed coexistence without the need to move from the kitchen to the dining room.

There is an entrance hall which leads to the kitchen, master bedroom and services. The floor is polished black granite to reflect the silver leaf and make this space look more spacious.

The private area of the apartment was placed in the back since for the clients it is considered a secondary area and most of the time they spend it in the social area, on the other hand this space gives a not so privileged view so in the main bathroom the glass of the shower is an encapsulation of fabric to not lose the natural illumination avoiding the view. The secondary room has the concept of a small suite with folding furniture, this has the function of being a guest room or play area.

Location: Mexico City
Client: Private
Type: Residential interiors
Area: 500 sqm
Writing date: 2013
Construction date: 2014
Architect: Mayer Hasbani
Project Team: Paola López Solis,  Fernanda Ramírez
Status: Built

Construction team

Construction: CM2
Lighting Design: Studio Spazio
Photography: Paul Czitrom

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