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Plaza
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A very small apartment 800 sq.ft. down town Mexico City, with the need for a studio/visitors room. We focused on getting a warm feel to the space. Photos by Jaime Navarro
ne last touch in this Mexico City apartment is the swivel stand for the
One last touch in this Mexico City apartment is the swivel stand for the flat-panel television. I think this is great, meaning only one TV is needed to serve both the living room and
One last touch in this Mexico City apartment is the swivel stand for the flat-panel television. I think this is great, meaning only one TV is needed to serve both the living room and the bedroom. In a small apartment, one won't need to watch in both rooms at the same time, so this sort of flexibility
“bedsit oldbar” — Suzanne Butson
PAUL CREMOUX studio
Casa CorManca
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Houzz Tour: 3 Levels of Marvelous Modernism in Mexico
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3-year-old daughter plays. "We can see her playing there from almost any room in the house," Cordera says. The gravel allows rainwater to drain away. "Mexico City was a lake at one point," says Cremoux. "You've got to leave an area that water can go through."
“Stone” — cwrugg
RHYZOMA - Arquitectura / Diseño
Hipico
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Contemporary House in Mexico City Architects: Elsa Ojeda / Diego Vales Alonso Photos by: Kika Estudio
11. A privacy screen in this Mexico City bathroom separates the toilet and custom-made vanity from the shower without being obtrusive. It was made from Guanacaste panels, which is the Mexican equivalent of walnut.
“Salle de bain” — annmary87
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Elad Gonen
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immediately started implementing new designs in Mexico. His palace, Chapultepec Castle in Mexico City, was redone with traditional French baroque features, including a fair amount of gold gilded accents. Here, gilded gold frames and trim accent a bright red room with tiled floors — a great example of
Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph of Austria as Mexico's Emperor — Emperor Maximilian I. The former Commander-in-Chief of the Austrian Navy, Emperor Maximilian abandoned his duties and his country for the prospect of ruling over exotic, faraway Mexico. Upon arriving in Veracruz with his family, he i
“Art above” — maggie0955
House + House Architects
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Casa Lluvia Blanca
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as the rest of the house, so it was made by our incredibly talented crew."More ideas:Houzz Escape: Down Old Mexico WayBold Moroccan Style for Today's InteriorsBrowse more photos from Mexico City
“Railing4” — Umesh Maibam
Elad Gonen
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brought by the boatload (literally) by the Emperor to his palace in Mexico City. Damasks and flowers in golds and pastels adorned numerous rooms in the renovated palace. These classic patterns were integrated into many high-end homes in Mexico through the end of the 19th century.
“Hideous” — turco3413
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Southern Estate
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final embellishment on the already grandiose Chapultepec Castle, Emperor Maximilian had botanist Willhelm Knechtel create various gardens throughout Mexico City, most notably perhaps, the roof garden on the top of the palace. These gardens had wide paths, lush lawns, water features, and a surrounding border
“Mcdougald-steele landscape Architects. pool in a small backyard” — johntc60
Grupo MM
casa cubo
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mexico city
“Chrome teardrop water faucet” — msherrypaek
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