Casa Habita

Rooms 37   Architecture Estudio5   Interior Design Dimorestudio, Milano, Britt Moran & Emiliano Salci
The Original CARLOS COUTURIER & MOISES MICHA

Hotels Facts & Figures
Rooms
37
Architecture
Estudio5
Interior
Design Dimorestudio, Milano, Britt Moran & Emiliano Salci
The Original CARLOS COUTURIER & MOISES MICHA

With respect to the resident’s original façade, Estudio5 used concrete, steel and drywall, and finishes of iron, marble, wood, brass, multiple varieties of glass, and artisanal cement tiles for the floors.

Architecture

Ivory Tower

In designing Casa Habita, the respected Mexican architectural firm Estudio5 set out to seamlessly integrate a newly constructed tower space—comprising Casa Habita’s 37 guest rooms, patio, and multipurpose event spaces—with an early 20th-century residence, which now houses its other common spaces, including the library, restaurant, and upper-level pool and bar area.

Architecture
Ivory Tower

In designing Casa Habita, the respected Mexican architectural firm Estudio5 set out to seamlessly integrate a newly constructed tower space—comprising Casa Habita’s 37 guest rooms, patio, and multipurpose event spaces—with an early 20th-century residence, which now houses its other common spaces, including the library, restaurant, and upper-level pool and bar area.

With respect to the resident’s original façade, Estudio5 used concrete, steel and drywall, and finishes of iron, marble, wood, brass, multiple varieties of glass, and artisanal cement tiles for the floors.

Interior Design

Eternal style

Casa Habita’s interior design was conceived by the renowned Milanese firm Dimorestudio, who set out to combine classical European design with the colorful aesthetics of Mexico. Warm and cool color palettes, punctuated by intense hues like burgundy, salmon, and artichoke, create immersive environments for effortless relaxation.

Objects created by historical design masters live together with reclaimed materials and other "bespoke" objects—such as the green wicker chairs on the patio, which were inspired by traditional Mexican “equipales”—to create and forge a timeless visual and emotional pathway throughout Casa Habita.

Interior Design
Eternal style

Casa Habita’s interior design was conceived by the renowned Milanese firm Dimorestudio, who set out to combine classical European design with the colorful aesthetics of Mexico. Warm and cool color palettes, punctuated by intense hues like burgundy, salmon, and artichoke, create immersive environments for effortless relaxation.

 
 

Objects created by historical design masters live together with reclaimed materials and other "bespoke" objects—such as the green wicker chairs on the patio, which were inspired by traditional Mexican “equipales”—to create and forge a timeless visual and emotional pathway throughout Casa Habita.

Interior Design
Eternal style

Casa Habita’s interior design was conceived by the renowned Milanese firm Dimorestudio, who set out to combine classical European design with the colorful aesthetics of Mexico. Warm and cool color palettes, punctuated by intense hues like burgundy, salmon, and artichoke, create immersive environments for effortless relaxation.

Objects created by historical design masters live together with reclaimed materials and other "bespoke" objects—such as the green wicker chairs on the patio, which were inspired by traditional Mexican “equipales”—to create and forge a timeless visual and emotional pathway throughout Casa Habita.

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