Fernandez Leal 118Posted: May 12, 2014
A studio and roof terrace in an adjoining house to the Frida Kahlo Garden in Mexico City ends facing Venustiano Carranza Street in La Conchita patrimonial wooded square.
The program consists of a space divided by a base cabinet with different uses: an office and living room on one side, and the other half as a TV room and guest bedroom. The folding bed is hidden in one side of the wall divider of the bathroom that serves this transformable space.
The terrace surface is made of hardwood deck with some existing skylights of the original house. The height facing the park has been protected by a steel and light cable railing painted in black. The studio is 660 square feet and 1,940 square feet including the wooden terrace.
The steel structu…
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