CONDESA df

Rooms 40   Architecture Javier Sánchez   Interior Design India Mahdavi
The Original Carlos Couturier, Moisés Micha

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Rooms
40
Architecture
Javier Sánchez
Interior
Design India Mahdavi
The Original Carlos Couturier, Moisés Micha
—Hip CONDESA df offers the chic vision of designer India Mahdavi: an informal, relaxed, high-tech flirtation with French neoclassical style.

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    Rooms 40 / Architecture Javier Sánchez / Interior Design India Mahdavi / The Original Carlos Couturier, Moisés Micha

    Tucked between historic facades on a tree-lined road in Mexico City's stylish Condesa neighborhood, the hotel fuses the spirit of its bohemian surroundings with a playfully simple design aesthetic. Housed in a 1928 building, the CONDESA df is filled from head to toe with custom furniture designed by Parisian designer India Mahdavi, stone tiles, and an abundance of local color. The feel is modern yet warm, hip but not haughty. The 40 rooms and suites were inspired by the tranquility of monastic bedrooms—but without a lack of amenities, of course. The result is calming, airy spaces, some of which open onto wooden terraces, while, an overarching floral theme—visible on everything from cushion covers to chopstick wrappers—serves to enhance the relaxed, warm-weather vibe.

    Nearest Airport
    MEX - Internacional Benito Juarez Airport
    Food & Drink
    Restaurant (Abajo), Rooftop bar & lounge, 24-hour Room Service
    Spa & Recreation
    Jacuzzi, Health Club, Massage, Sauna, Sun Bed
    Conference & Meetings
    3 meeting rooms
    Internet
    Complimentary WiFi
    Services
    Airport Shuttle, Bellman, Business Center, Concierge, Food & Beverage Discount, Welcome Gift

    Rooms & Suites

    According to design guru India Mahdavi, the idea at CONDESA df was to reinterpret the work of revered Mexican architect Luis Barragán, creating tranquil and restful monk-like lodgings. Forty airy bedrooms are attractively designed in moss green, cream, and chocolate brown tones, and are spiced up with retro lamps and indigenous touches, such as hand woven rugs from Oaxaca. The suites open up to a wooden terrace amid the treetops, standing in mild contrast to the tones of pure white of the shutters, walls, and curtains. On the nightstand, an iPod waits to entertain, programmed – very appropriately – with lounge music. Smooth and soft lighting with dimmers in the rooms allows for one to create his or her ideal mood.

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    Everything revolves around the central Patio where rows of white shutters create geometric patterns across three floors leading to open sky. The room walkways face this central area where guests play a game of visual hide and seek by passing along the many shutters. 

    Architecture

    Javier Sánchez & India Mahdavi

    Tucked between historic façades on a tree-lined road, the 1928 French neo-classical building, listed as cultural heritage by the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, encompasses functional originality from rooms to rooftop and incorporates a range of local materials.

    Architecture
    Javier Sánchez & India Mahdavi

    Tucked between historic façades on a tree-lined road, the 1928 French neo-classical building, listed as cultural heritage by the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, encompasses functional originality from rooms to rooftop and incorporates a range of local materials.

    Everything revolves around the central Patio where rows of white shutters create geometric patterns across three floors leading to open sky. The room walkways face this central area where guests play a game of visual hide and seek by passing along the many shutters. 

    Interior Design

    Continental Mexico

    India Mahdavi centers her work on pure imagination. The spaces she conceives are elegant, fluid, and always tell a story. ‘Here, I wanted to introduce the feel of Europe to Mexicans and the feel of Mexico to foreigners in a way that can grow in synergy with the neighborhood—a place that is much more than just a hotel.’

    Made by Originals

    Carlos Couturier & Moises Micha

    For Carlos Couturier and Moises Micha, building hotels that reflect their surroundings is more than just a job—it’s a passion that drove these two Mexican entrepreneurs from citrus farming and investment banking to boutique hospitality. “Even if we’re successful at something, we don’t repeat it,” Couturier says. “We like this sense of passion and audacity.” Their Grupo Habita collection has grown to include very diverse properties. Ambitious, fun-loving and well-traveled, the dynamic duo was awarded ‘Team of the Year 2011’ by FIZZZ Magazine.

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