Renovation of Mexico City homes in 1913

Renovation of the 1913 neoclassical villa in Mexico City and the addition of a new building called Ignacia Guest House. The new building features four rooms, each with its own color theme – blue, green, pink and yellow – stacked vertically at both ends.

Each room has a terrace or outdoor space while overlooking the central courtyard.

The original house was redesigned and the newly designed hotel pays tribute to the former housekeeper who worked there for more than 70 years. After collecting information about Mrs. Ignacia, the design team developed a plan that included color and landscape design inspired by her and her birthplace.

A glass-enclosed walkway connects the main house to the hotel, with an exterior wall on one side and a terrace view on the other.

The original floor plan of the home was retained and they managed to restore mold, plaster, wooden floors and historical details, as well as window frames and doors.



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