An old establishment that hosted the legendary Bar Cícero provides historic glamour and a sense of nightlife to Looloo Studio.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Aldo C. Gracia
Col. Juárez, CDMX
Since its beginning, it was contemplated not to alter the site's architecture and the façade was kept untouched. Inside, exposed concrete open spaces dominate the scene, echoing New York warehouses.
Several pictorial interventions decorate the walls. The pink orthogonal lines paint the walls, as well as a mirror and the floors, making the open space more coherent: Graffiti and murals represent night's diversity. Built with the wood recovered from the old Bar Cícero, the DJ booth becomes the lead, as the agent who sets the mood of the place. The plants and tropical motifs and rugs create a warm and sensual ambiance.
The space is protected by a retractable glass dome that provides ventilation, doubles the height, and provides a view of the night skyline of Mexico City.