A new gastronomic market located in a corner of Colonia Roma recreates, with its historic façade, the nostalgic environment of table talks in Porfirian mansions.
Col. Roma, CDMX
The market's façade is updated and highlighted with a belt of black tiles and a landscape project with tropical and hanging plants and vines; the doors kept their deco style.
Inside, there is a set of bars for the different establishments. Finishes are made in wood panelings, color tiles, oak, brass, white tiles on the walls, a 360-degrees main bar covered in black marble, old mirrors, exposed concrete contrasting with the pink and aqua, and a ceiling that maintains the vegetative palette of the façade. The monumental pink-concrete staircase stands out in the composition; it has a brass handrail, wooden slopes, and white marble steps. The staircase is some sort of brutalist sculpture that walks the diners to a patio filled with reflecting pools and plants.