Interior designer India Mahdavi draws from raw and abstract aspects of her imagination to create spaces that are both creative and elegant. Her inspiration here was to create a European feel in the centre of Mexico city, borrowing aspects of this leafy neighbourhood into the interior of the building.
Built-in 1928 this Neo-Classical building with hints of Art Deco design sits proudly between two streets in the Condesa. The Dichotomy between the facade and the interior is one of stark beauty. The triangular courtyard acts as the focal point of the hotel, with its modern white shutters that catch the sunlight and geometric dance across the patio.
Tucked between historic facades in a tree-lined road in Mexico City's trendy Condesa neighbourhood, the Condesa DF fuses the spirit of its bohemian surroundings with a playfully simple aesthetic design. Housed in a 1928 building in the French Neoclassical style, it has been totally refurbished in its interior.
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