Manufactured elements: Loungers, tables, benches, sofas and armchairs, bed, vinyl record cabinet
This law firm office is located in Coyoacán inside a Neo-colonial or Californian style house of two floors with a back garden.
The interior design project enhance and complete the style of the house. The desk design, which is repeated in each office, served as a baseline to develop the other components of the furniture using nopo wood for the table tops of the desks combined with walnut wood for the bookcases.
The Guerrero armchair was designed specifically for the hall, adapted into a waiting room. The new version of this armchair can be found in the products section of our webpage and is available for sale upon request.
The meeting room is located on the ground floor with a table made of a monolithic arabesque marble cover.
Upstairs are the three private offices and the common work area.
The house is crowned with a small back garden that gives life and light to the house.
The architectural project was in charge of Architect Jaime Schmidt.