In Mexico City one of the world’s largest cities, on its Paseo de La Reforma, the Grand Boulevard is Polanco. Hence all the big Hotels, also the Jumex and Soumaya museums are located nearby.
Because of this an American expat and repeat client has his his Pied-à-Terre or his Contemporary apartment in The City. Because he spends most of his time in Los Angeles and Los Cabos for work, hence he retreats to Mexico City.
A Resort Group past President and now developer, whom we had worked with for years, and a collector of Mexican Art, visits to do business and enjoy the culture.
His collection includes Cuevas, Merida, Vicente Rojo, Rubalcava, Sanabria, Tamayo, and Valenzuela, among others.
We gutted the apartment entirely and moved walls, tapering the Living room wall symmetrically reflecting the street angle and finally creating a cone effect and focal point for the Living-dining area.
In the 8’4” ceiling, we created reveals and cupolas with linear ceiling cove lighting. Venetian Stucco walls throughout.
Furthermore we commissioned a new Vicente Rojo painting to complement Rojo’s dining room piece, both reflect the contemporary Mexican Minimalist style and local ancestry.
Most noteworthy the pyramids collection includes the commissioned new painting.
Also switchable frosted molecular intelligent glass in the kitchen doors facing the dining room and the Boulevard view as a result you enjoy from kitchen or privacy for a romantic dinner at the switch of a button.
The Contemporary apartment contains similarly a living room layout, while a sectional on one end, in contrat a curved loveseat and rotating chair surround a metamorphic coffee table commissioned in Paris, in contrast over contemporary Persian rug.
Finally furniture is mainly Italian and also includes B+B Charles sectional, Montis Baku love seat. Maxalto dining chairs and Georgetti swivel chairs.
Opposite a black cubbyhole built-in cabinet with rolling ladder completing the library effect.
Furthermore the Master Bedroom., has a convenient built-in cabinets around the bed and finally the Master bath, in contrast has backlit glass sinks, likewise calacatta gold marble in kitchen.