MT - Mayer Hasbani
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MT

The MT department is lived as a showroom that although it looks polished and harmonious, it does not cease to surprise with small details that reveal an imbricated architectural game, as it is the careful design of lighting that grants architectural qualities to the whole space or, the smart spatial divisions through the furniture avoiding the use of walls for the space to expand the architectural echo of Mayer Hasbani with much more power.

 

A long marble walkway of the famous Calacatta Gold unfolds towards the vanishing point on the horizon to give its visitors access to the luxurious MT apartment in Mexico City. The solemn elegance and symmetry of the hallway reveals the mystery of what appears to be that the rest of the public area space is about to open as a sumptuous design exercise. As you walk down the hall towards the next spatial threshold, two sculptural black granite panels act as a screen to unlock the public areas of the house.

 

The dimensions of the public space are treated with detail, play and sharpness: the large windows overlook the treetops and the golden alucobond columns are mirrors that magnify the reflections and set the rest of the color palette in harmony. The kitchen, in turn, is strategically located in a space of contention that delimits the main circulation space and retracts to give way to the best views in the public areas.

Location: Mexico City
Client: Private
Type: Residential interiors
Area: 500 sqm
Writing date: 2014
Construction date: 2015
Architect: Mayer Hasbani
Project Team: Oliver Burgos, Paola López Solis, Brenda Colin
Status: Built

Construction team

Construction: ILUGRA
MEP: High Tech
Lighting Design: Gustavo Avilés – Lighteam
Automation: Control 4
Photography: Héctor Velasco