Mexico City, Mexico
2018 – 2021
A respite amidst the bustle of the city; this residence is all about framing desirable views and providing privacy to its users without compromising natural light.
Upon completion, the residence became a temporary space of exploration. Strategic alliances were made with various artists to decorate and furnish the house in a collaborative event that provided exposure and promoted a closer collaboration between our fields.
The central theme was Mudanza, a word in Spanish for the process of transition or relocation from one place to another. A transitory space in the midst of dualities, where everything is questioned, and the way of living has no rules. Objects were grouped and scattered in a process that would invite the viewers to re-think their possessions.
For a brief moment, this private residence became inhabited with pieces created by upcoming Mexican artists and provided our clients a unique opportunity to interact with the different objects within their own home.
Our most heartfelt thanks to all collaborators: Siete Studio, Federico Stefanovich, Xavier Loránd, BREUER, Schtai, Angulo 0, Balsa, MOB, Panorammma, Kreyé, Baron y Vicario, ADHOC, Ente MX, Comité de proyectos and Colección Estudio.
Concept Design, Design Development, and Construction Documentation by MCA. Administration by MCA in collaboration with K3 Arquitectos.
MCA team: Mauricio Cohen Kalb, Sofia Trujillo, Gustavo Reyes, Karla Brum.
General Contractor: K3 Arquitectos.