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Architectural Digest

Mexico City

Margaret, director of the firm Margaret Bissu Interior Design, incorporated her particular stamp in the design of the house by mixing natural materials in finishes, such as different types of stone, marble and wood, with rich textiles and textures to achieve a cozy effect that invites the break.

Five kilometers from Valle de Bravo, in Avándaro, a place with abundant vegetation, this residence emerges in communion with the environment. Margaret Bissu found inspiration for interior design after touring the lands of Peru and Ecuador and delving into her local culture. Later, she embodied in this abode the harmony of the textiles steeped in history, their rich geometry and the colors that captivated her.

The main challenge of the project was to intervene an existing architectural structure. Margaret incorporated her risky and sophisticated stamp by mixing natural materials in finishes, such as different types of quarry, marble and woods in warm tones to achieve a cozy effect in this rest home. To this she added furniture and decorative elements such as layers of textures to create a composition that causes a breath of calm. The selection of the color palette ranges from bright white to chestnut and notes in marsala, a hue with hues of red, brown and pink that was named color of the year in 2015 by Pantone.

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The young interior designer Margarte Bissu devised a large terrace with different areas including an open kitchen, two dining rooms for 8 people, a bar, a lounge area by the pool and a couple of living rooms. One of which has a floating fireplace.

The sophisticated and at the same time relaxed essence enters and leaves the place, flowing naturally through all the spaces of the residence.

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