Company headquarters with white interiors
Company headquarters with white interiors
Renovation of a building in Mexico City. The old house built in the 50s becomes a perfect company Headquarters

Realizing its potential, Archetonic studio renovates an old house built in Mexico City in the 50s and transforms it into the headquarters of its company, U125, giving it a modern and state-of-the-art look

The Mexican studio Archetonic has identified an old residential building from the 1950s in Mexico City as the ideal location for its U125 company headquarters and has renovated its spaces and materials through a restructuring to give it a modern, state-of-the-art look

Grey and glass company headquarters facade

The house, which originally stretched over 300 square meters on three levels is transformed and expanded and now houses offices of U125 on an area of 604 square meters on 4 levels plus a terrace. The project respects and maintains proportions, openings, access and volume, preserving the original essence of the structure and achieving a level of harmony between the pre-existing space and the new intervention

Grey and glass company headquarters facade

Three sheet metal roofs reflect the proportions of the house below, and a wire mesh, tensioned between them, gives the building a discreet, clean and elegant appearance, while at night the lighting reveals its most complex features

Grey and glass company headquarters facade

Inside, at each level, a selection of artworks expresses the company's desire to showcase the talent of different artists, especially Mexican ones. In the first and upper levels, terraces are created for team collaboration and recreation. These areas are used daily to eat, live and work in open spaces overlooking the city

Grey and glass company headquarters facade

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