With an deliberate contemporary design, huge Silver Travertino marble plaques and walnut oiled wood were used in the great majority of the areas. These materials texture richness combination along with walls color and texture created neutral and warm spaces ready to welcome simple and few furniture and ornamental elements.
Furnishing diversity was used to achieve original material combinations: leather, glass, wood, minerals and metals sober forms and colors generated a special harmony within the house.
For the dividing vertical elements polychrome gold crystal, which reflects multiple tonalities depending on light and perspective, and metal lattice were used. On the other hand, Travertino marble slabs and trapestry covers the walls to emphasize the hierarchy between the elements in a specific area.
Forms and material coincidence and combination unifies these independent spaces under an unqiue style despite the varied palette above described.
Location: Av. de la Reforma, Ciudad de México, Mexico
Designer: Carlos Pascal y Gerard Pascal / Pascal Arquitectos
Construction area: 490 sqm
Photographer: Sófocles Hernández