There are residences that have a life and thousands of stories to tell, with a past, a present and a future. Margaret Bissu recreated in this house the longing for childhood with freshness and novelty. The works of art exhibited in the house come from a family heritage. The curatorship was impeccable and pieces by Javier Marín and Pedro Coronel, among others, stand out.
Behind each story there is a family line, great people and places that make the memory count. The remodeling of this house in Mexico City is a remembrance in many ways. In charge of the designer Margaret Bissu, who is distinguished for creating residential projects, this project stands out for the mixture of styles in the design and the set of them, which carry nostalgia in every corner.
The project started from a very clear idea, that of maintaining the original essence of the architectural structure in all its spaces and transforming an old place into something totally new and renovated, where a warm and welcoming atmosphere is recreated where they remember how they lived. since childhood, the owners, who entrusted Margaret Bissu with the challenge of achieving spaces with a classic style, which they are in love with, and merging it with the present and a contemporary style.
“The design of this house is a reflection of the taste of the owners. We kept the classic style and transformed certain elements and spaces to achieve a contemporary life with a fresh touch”.