Between divider and art-work: our “traccia” sculptural wall in this spectacular private penthouse completely designed and furnished by grupoarquitectura, a design team that is drawing international attention with its projects featuring the ultimate in luxury and innovation.
grupoarquitectura, the architects firm founded by Daniel Álvarez in Mexico City in 1980, winner of several awards and participant to various international architecture exhibitions, chose Lithos Design Primes which, with its iconic self-supporting stone wall Traccia, adds a refined and elegant touch to the PH-MC project, a luxurious penthouse in Mexico City.
The private house is located in the sought-after area of Bosques de Las Lomas, west of the Mexican capital. The project covers an area of 750 m² distributed over two floors; Traccia, part of the collection Muri di Pietra by Lithos Design Primes, has been installed on the ground floor, where it acts both as artwork and as partition. Placed right behind the dining table, Traccia defines the room and creates an intimate and secluded corner, giving more character to the space: the stone wall does not go unnoticed and, at the same time, it is light-weight thanks to the harmonious and open-work lines which make it unexpectedly delicate.
PH-MC, private house
Moisés Shamosh, Héctor Ferral, Erick Ríos, Rosa López, Susana López,
Erika Sarfati, Tomás Álvarez, Marta Omedas, Jessica Machorro
Lighting design: Claudia Espinosa
Domotics: Felipe del Valle, Xavier Lozano
Furniture: Piso 18 / Flexform
Material consultant: SASSO
Photos: Agustín Garza
Pictures courtesy of grupoarquitectura.
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