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.
Minimal aesthetics combined with Old World details
Custom buit-in furnishings double as ambient light
Sierra Madre views from the residence's lush terraces