Álvaro Hernández Félix Studio has provided these places of work for a economical companies company a “extremely mid-sixties modern day Mexican type”, working with curved window corners, marble home furniture and gold surfaces.
Positioned in Mexico City’s upscale neighbourhood of Polanco, the places of work occupy the penthouse floor of 203 Masaryk.
Local organization Álvaro Hernández Félix Studio was tasked with renovating the 350-square-metre interior, which accommodates four non-public offices, an open up-strategy function area, a few meeting rooms and a kitchenette.
Visitors enter into the lobby right from the elevator, in a space that the studio claims has “a retro vibe” reminiscent of a “incredibly mid-sixties fashionable Mexican design”.
“Metallic partitions in a golden tone complement the scene, the place a striped travertine marble desk, is framed by crops and topped by a few spheric lamps, that make us travel to the previous, without having losing our recognition for the present,” the company stated.
One aspect prospects to the private director’s place of work and an adjacent conference area, via enormous golden doorways that are intended to evoke a bank vault. These equally face south, and love obtain to a terrace that operates together the width of the constructing.
Dim picket battens line the walls of the director’s suite and meeting place, contrasting the mild marble flooring that operates via the total space.
At the opposite conclude of the lobby, a sliding glass door with a patterned floor potential customers to the most important do the job location: an open up-concept workspace for the bulk of the firm’s workforce.
This region is bookended by a few private offices to one facet, and two meeting rooms divided by an operable partition on the other.
These can be mixed into a one space for more substantial conferences when necessary.
Álvaro Hernández Félix Studio made use of lighter finishes below, which include pale marble desks, alongside with much more gold accents and a good deal of crops. The studio took on the architectural scope, and also developed the home furniture.
“Lighting achieves a cosy and domestic come to feel, ambient oriented but really punctual in which it is desired, generating contrasts and shadows, because of the intelligent choice of supplies and the visual effects that can be carried out with its textures,” the group discussed.
Other office environment projects in Mexico Town include a legislation business by local architects Esrawe Studio that attributes stadium seating and a wall covered in the firm’s guides, as effectively as Esrawe’s individual offices, which are within just a repurposed dancehall and have been left with an “truthful, industrial aesthetic”.
The pictures is by Onnis Luque.
Structure team: Álvaro Hernández Félix, Pedro Sánchez Morales
Furnishings design and style: Álvaro H Félix Studio