Mexico is bursting at the seams with incredible architecture and interior design. Many designers in Mexico have managed to perfectly balance artisanal or antique style offerings with modern and contemporary vibes. In honour of Hispanic Heritage month, we wanted to give credit to some of our favorite, Mexican based interior designers
Andre Gutierrez is currently based out of Guadalajara and is popular not just in Mexico, but throughout the world. Winner of several awards and features in publication she can bring both residential and commercial buildings to life using vibrant pops of color to complement modern furnishings that are focused heavily around geometric shapes.
What’s extra special about Andre, however, is that she really gets to know the personality of every single one of her clientele. Her designs are then based around how she perceives them and their relationships with the people closest to them, which ultimately creates a space that they simply fall in love with as it’s a true reflection of them. She takes the latest trends from across the globe each season and injects her Mexican flare wherever possible, whether it’s through art, color or the materials she uses.
Concha de Palacio
Concha de Palacio is an interior design firm with contracts all over Mexico. They focus mainly on contemporary designs whether they’re working on residential or commercial builds. They’ve famously worked on the DoubleTree Hilton Hotel in Bogota and Hilton Garden Inn in Veracruz. On the residential side of things you’ll find their designs popular in apartments in Mexico City, where their store is based and in luxury beach vacation spots like Punta Mita.
Nicolas Rodriguez, a spokesperson and interior design expert over at reviewbox.com.mx commended how well they subtly show Mexican influences in their designs while still keeping things ultra-modern and luxurious. He also regularly shops at their flagship location in Las Lomas, Mexico City where they focus on high-end pieces for the home and even create custom, off pieces upon request.
Michel Rojkind Studio
Michel Rojkind is an architectural firm based out of Mexico City who focus strongly on how they can bring buildings to life not just from the exterior, but on the inside too. Mainly working in a commercial capacity, they strive to create new, contemporary and innovative designs that push the boundaries of modern interior design. They use a lot of digital technology to help bring their visions to life and have worked on projects for the Philharmonic Orchestra in Boca del Rio, the Falcon Headquarters in Mexico City and even the Nestle Chocolate Museum.