Valle de Bravo - Mexico
Since it is found in a set of typical houses, we as an office made certain decisions that differ from the other homes designs in terms of interior design, we decided to open the kitchen, and we completely redesigned the main home’s fireplace, which is a very important accent, as well as the interior patio, adding a fountain that integrates with a reflecting pool among others.
My contribution consisted of the design and interior design project. The inspiration behind this project, which lasted 7 months, but was extended a little longer due to the Covid contingency, was to create a cozy space, with a mixture of colors and risky textures, including the armchair in the living room in emerald green tone, but at the same time very cozy and practical for a possible long stay, since the clients wanted to spend long periods of time in it.
The house has 4 bedrooms, living room, dining room, family kitchen and terrace.
The trend in materials selection was to return to nature, that is about nature itself, which is why the choice of emerald greens, terracotta and camel tones, which predominate throughout the house, as well as the chunky wood of the coffee table and the fireplace made of brick and polished cement, to the lamps in the kitchen that are also in a copper tone, among many other details.
In the decorative theme, the rugs played a role of great importance since they highlight and add texture to each space, as well as the accent of the paintings whose conceptual inspiration was initially the 2019 Venice Biennale with exhibitions of art based on African-American culture.