Arlette Apartment

Mexico City
Foto © Héctor Velasco Facio
Foto © Héctor Velasco Facio
Foto © Héctor Velasco Facio
Foto © Héctor Velasco Facio
Foto © Héctor Velasco Facio
Foto © Héctor Velasco Facio
Foto © Héctor Velasco Facio
Foto © Héctor Velasco Facio
Foto © Héctor Velasco Facio
Foto © Héctor Velasco Facio
Foto © Héctor Velasco Facio
Arquitectos
Mayer Hasbani
Ubicación
Mexico City
Año
2007


Located at Bosques de las Lomas neighborhood the interior design project was developed with the main objective of giving a sense of freedom. The intention is  expressed through the multiple floating walls found at the apartment that allow lighting flux and quality. 


In this project the spatial relationship created between the areas is visible. By incorporating the use of the same materials it remains as one language but still holding privacy in every room. 


Despite the extensively use of the diving panels, the space has not suffered from restricted or limited edges.  As a contrary this elements - wall panels - invite to discover  new settings and create visual comfort.

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