Interdisciplinary designers ESRAWE, based in Mexico City, bring their unique gaze to this project in their hometown. The monolithic project demands to be lived in. With its large spaces its accommodating and laid back.
Being here slows down time. Reminiscent of rainy days or Sunday mornings, the spaces encourage reading or looking out the window.
Nature is bought in and allowed to thrive in the central courtyard. The noisy life of Mexico City barricaded behind the thick walls, peace flourishes in the rooms of soft wood and red brick.