Casa Ocho is a contemporary home located in Mexico City, Mexico, designed by Goldberg Interiores.
This project arises from wanting to maintain the natural essence and coexistence with the outside, the main purposes of the architectural project. A mix of styles that coexist in harmony in each space; neutral colors and natural materials, characteristic of the office, that complement each other, achieving the main purpose of the project: to achieve timeless, welcoming and livable spaces that provide serenity and a feeling of home peace to users. Simple and organic lines in the design and a meticulous selection of details and furniture in each space.
The purpose was to make unique spaces, defined by their walls that range from slats with white lacquered moldings, marbles, covered with natural wood and stucco, which in turn are unified with the same element: natural pine staves that run through every corner of home.
The elements of furniture and accessories were meticulously curated through the incentive of exhibiting them as unique and emblematic pieces in terms of their design. Chosen to be exhibited as pieces of art, at the same time that they fulfill their function of furniture, achieving an exquisite, cozy and harmonious atmosphere.
The pieces were chosen and acquired with great care, touring galleries and workshops in New York, such as Radnor, Studio 27, Matter and BDDW; Studies in Denmark and Norway such as the Oliver Gustav and Gubi Study, Italian companies such as B&B, Living Divani and Rimadessio, English companies such as Roly Poly, without leaving behind French companies such as Christophe Delcourt, Collection Particulière, to name a few. Also collaborating with Mexican firms and artisans, with proposals for innovative design and traditional materials, among which are Caralarga, Raíz, M + S Bronce Arquitectónico, Ente Arte Objeto, En Crudo, Casa Quieta, Barón and Vicario, among others.
Photography by Jaime Navarro, Hector Velasco, Rafael Gamo
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