Some of the most iconic buildings in Mexico City were erected during what is called the golden age of construction, from the 1930s to the 1940s, which drew a lot of influence from the French Art Decó movement. Geometric patterns, metallic elongated forms, luxurious materials and deep colors are easily spotted in the facade and interior structure of many of the buildings of Paseo Reforma, and the “colonias” Condesa and Roma.
This aura of Mexico’s 1940s heyday is what we wanted to rescue in this small capsule collection. The intangible personality of a city with character, history and a vibrant future. Something that is exquisitely achieved by the cultivated designers and responsible craftsmen that are working together to create the fascinating pieces that you will see below these lines.