The beautiful Cordoba Flat in Mexico City is an elegant blend of the modern and the vintage with its creative interior offering the best of both worlds. Designed by cadaval & solà-morales, this snazzy private home utilizes the available space to the hilt while ensuring that its historic past is not lost in the modern makeover. Exposed and whitewashed brick walls welcome you inside, as the lower level features a smart living zone along with an ergonomic kitchen in black and a handsome dining space that is filled with pops of vivacious yellow.
It is the elegant composition of the living area that gives the home a distinct style of its own as it combines elements of industrial style with refined, contemporary additions. Large, gray industrial-style pendant lights, carefully placed yellow accents, a geometric rug in black and white, along with dark cabinets and a kitchen in the backdrop ensure that the interior is both intriguing and sophisticated. Large windows usher in natural light, while the brick walls of the house, wooden floors and concrete ceiling bring together a wide array of contrasting textures.
A small staircase leads to the top level that houses the minimal bedroom and the home workspace. Colorful modern art and clever shelves and storage units add to the crisp and organized ambiance indoors and turn this unique Mexican home into a cultured, urbane delight!