Highpark 303

Interior Design for a Landmark

When the mixed-use building Highpark by acclaimed architect Michel Rojkind, located at the skirts of the Sierra Madre in thriving San Pedro Garza García, was finished it immediately became a local landmark.
Rojkind's unique design and the building's residential terraces became the main focus for this 2 bedroom residential space.
A tunnel of light framed by interposing crystals and mirrors celebrates the single large window of the living area, intentionally merging the exterior landscape with the interior space.
Wood & Stone: simple, silent and true materials and flowing spaces integrate with the linear lighting design and built in furnishings.
A Minimal aesthetic throughout the residence, combined with Old World & ethnic details engage in the same harmonious dialogue as the linear simplicity of the space versus the curved complexity of the building.

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Minimal aesthetics combined with Old World details

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Custom buit-in furnishings double as ambient light

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Sierra Madre views from the residence's lush terraces

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