Built-in 1910 with an eclectic French style belonging to the Porfiriato era, 'Mar Mediterraneo 34' currently holds historical value by the National Institute of Fine Arts and the National Institute of Anthropology and History. The project started with the idea of giving a new life to a house designed with two volumes, where the first incorporates the main façade while the second has a view to the main patio, although both were in advanced deterioration and the second volume was in ruins.
Architect: Inca Hernández
Development: Top Project Multiplex / Efraín Hernández
Photography: João Morgado - Architecture Photography
Area: 620 m2
Interior design: Ana Ximena García, Inca Hernández, Raíz Mx, Adrián González