The renovation project of 50s classic property in Pedragal, Mexico City was completed by Space Studio. The primary decision as regards the design was to respect the home insofar as this was attainable, but also to update it to the contemporary age, making greater and bigger interior regions whilst taking advantage also of the extensive outdoor spaces. This house completed with sustainable supplies and modern day furnishings.
Pictures © Pim Schalkwijk
Description from SPACE
“The heart of the style is the house’s major corridor, which begins at the entrance and ends at a totally new inside patio and a marvelous sculpture, highlighted by indicates of modifications in the colors of marbles and woods on floors and walls and bringing natural light to this whole floor, previously extremely dark. Distributed along this corridor are 3 bedrooms, a study, the living space and, on the other side, a great kitchen. Crossing the corridor we find the staircase, major upwards to the upper floor and downwards to the main floor and swimming pool location.
The master suite is a entirely new space inside the property, and consists of an massive dressing area with natural lighting, an inviting double bathroom and the bedroom. The bedroom location has a massive window which opens onto a gorgeous private terrace with a gorgeous view more than the entire property, outfitted with hammocks and a table with sunshade. In the basement is an substantial games room with Library, billiards, film theater and kitchenette, all respecting the house’s original marble floor, which has only been provided a matt finish for modernization purposes.
The complete space has mobile glass walls which can be completely opened, top onto the terrace, to the garden and to the magnificent swimming pool. The main façade has been respected, and modernized with natural woods placed at random more than the doors, and with a big quantity in stainless steel as a finishing touch.Natural supplies, comprehensive and properly-lighted spaces, new places and a better use of space aid to make this a calming house, welcoming and entertaining, all with the fifty-year old flavor of the Pedregal.”
Photographs © Pim Schalkwijk
Pictures © Pim Schalkwijk
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