By Magaly – Categories: Art, Bathroom, Bedroom, Bookshelf, Decorative Accessories, Dining Space, Furnishings, Homes, Interior Style, Kitchen, Landscaping, Lighting, Living Room, Rugs, Staircase, Terrace, Wall Decor
Virreyes is a private residence produced by Kababie Arquitectos.
It is positioned in México City, México, and it covers an region of 9,150 square feet.
Virreyes by Kababie Arquitectos:
“The renovation of this residence was a really exciting challenge. The original building has two levels placed in a lot with an angle that demanded the very best of Kababie Architects talent, to solve the spaces correctly according to the functions. The inhabitants of the house required a separate space to be utilised as an office and for this reason the entrance was segmented in 3 components so each and every location of the residence has a separate entrance.
To make more evident the angle of the lot the facade was divided in two. One side was covered with slate quarry to create a contrast of texture and color with the other side that has the garage doors. A modest wooden door, in the exact same tone of beams of the 1st level, is the entrance to the workplace.
In the residence the spaces are generous and effectively lit by massive windows that define all the living region. A wide hall leads into public places exactly where it stands out the use of leather, wood and glass in each the furniture and accessories. In the back of the house is a garden where a Jacuzzi was installed and there is also and spacious terrace to take pleasure in outside gatherings.
On the wall of the staircase that goes up to the second level a beam of light was installed to generate a certain ambiance. On the second level the family room and a gym are situated and each take pleasure in privacy and magnificent views of the garden. There are also the guest space and master bedroom, the second a single with generous spaces, plus bathroom and separate dressing room. The colour palette selected for the entire project is primarily based on the materials chosen and bold color accents had been added in some regions.”
Images by: Allen Vallejo