A wide wood doorstep–acting as the lobby–opens up to the main room of Enramada, a penthouse in Interlomas.
With its high-ceilings, such main room hosts the living room and a floor-to-ceiling bookshelf that carries, in its 19 feet of height, a diverse collection of books, accessories, objects, souvenirs, and family memorabilia, just like a cabinet of curiosities. The layout of the first floor is formed by a dining room, a play center, the kitchen, the children's bedrooms, the guest toilets, and other public areas. The main bedroom occupies the entire upstairs floor.
FOTOGRAFÍA: Aldo C. Gracia
Interlomas, Edo. Méx.
The sober touches of Oxford gray marble from the floors, the white travertine marble in the bathrooms and the walnut wood create a contrast with the blue velvet furniture, the gold details, the pink hair cushions, and the leading marble dining table: a sculptural piece complemented by a modern lamp of spherical bulbs and chairs designed by Lenny Kravitz for CB2.
On the second floor, the ironwork stairs with its handrail sculpted on the wall leads to the main bedroom: designed with a wide variety of textures, finishes in wood, a velvet bed, leather stools, furniture in walnut wood, details in gold, and big windows seeing the residential complex.