Guillermo Tirado González Architects: Apartment located in San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León, has an area of 422.59 m², the apartment was received in gray work, that is, unfinished in sky, walls and firm; This project seeks through an exercise of spatial reorganization, to consolidate the limits of the social and the private, minimizing demolitions and seeking the improvement of spaces according to the needs of the client.
The apartment has the areas divided functionally and strategically according to the needs of the client, concept, and design of the department: Private area with 2 bedrooms (master bedroom and secondary bedroom) adding a third bedroom space that was transformed into a family room, each with its bathroom - dressing room, study space and kitchen, functionally establishing its proximity to the service room, pantry, and social area. The materials used in each of the spaces provide different sensations either for their warmth (such as wood and bronze mirror) or their spaciousness and elegance (such as golden steel, marble, and wood).
It is important to highlight the importance of the correct management of light and shadow, giving the space different scenarios. When starting a tour of the spaces of the apartment, the architecture and its details challenge you to find the different accesses and exits through camouflaged doors and mirrors on the walls. One of the spaces with the longest journey is the social area, where, within all its great details, between walls, light and shadow on come the wings of an angel and the mirror as a monolith reflecting what exists and what is beyond life.