Rossy - Mayer Hasbani
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Rossy

The interior remodeling project of Rossy is born from architecture. To MAYER HASBANI the exercise of interior design goes beyond the makeup of spaces and the decoration with ornaments, to rethink the good craftsmanship of architecture, the possibility of creating new possibilities; an exercise that many times results more complex than designing from a blank sheet of paper.

 

Rossy is a 500-squared meter apartment located in a luxurious residential zone in Mexico City. Like many apartments of this type the proportions are exceeded in circulation space and useful areas. The challenge was to give new uses and new possibilities to existing spaces, which will become more useful for its inhabitants and also for the design of the project. One of the greatest possibilities to rethink this design laid in the circulation. MAYER HASBANI sought to transform an existing condition like exceeded circulation in a punctual path that would interweave the rest of the interior spaces.

Location: Mexico City
Client: Private
Type: Residential Interior
Area: 400 sqm
Writing date: 2012
Construction date: 2013
Architect: Mayer Hasbani
Project Team: Oliver Burgos, Paola López Solis
Status: Built

Construction team

Construction: BUEN HOGAR
MEP: MAIPE ingenierías
Lighting Design: Studio Spazio
Photography: Luis Gordoa