Not too long ago, we published a gallery depicting a penthouse design by Archetonic, a project where lightweight geometry was the key of a clean, modern design scheme. Today we would like to present another project from the same architecture firm. Penthouse Diamante is located in Mexico City, Mexico and displays a contemporary style with simple lines and seemingly floating furniture units. According to the architects, the core design concept was entirely related to spaciousness, creating naturally lit functional zones and a good level of connectivity.
The layout of this apartment in Mexico city was planned in close relationship with the modern living needs of the inhabitants, while aiming for an optimum indoor-outdoor link: “The lower floor of the project is designed for public, family areas: an entrance lobby, games room, study, living and dining room, visitors’ washroom, kitchen and a terrace. A wooden deck was installed on the terrace, combining with the outdoor furniture to create a comfortable space with 360 degree views over the city. The private rooms are placed on the upper floor: a family TV room, three junior bedrooms, each with their own bathroom and closet, and a master suite with an antechamber and enormous dressing room/bathroom with expansive views over the city.” [Photography by Rafael Gamo]