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ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea

Mxico, Mexico

 
 
 

Casa AR

Casa AR is the result of remodeling and extending a residence —in a 1,000 sq m lot constructed in the 80´s— located on the west side of Mexico City. The spaces in the original project had the potential that tilted the balance on keeping most of them and working on making the modifications and extensions necessary for the new program. The public areas had ample spaces, but much reduced ones on the private areas;

Designer: Arq. Jose Lew & Arq. Bernardo Lew (Mexico)
Dimension: 600 m2

 

La Favorita

In Mexico loncherías —snack bars— have a long history in the popular gastronomy and are usually a synonym for craving. With this tradition in mind, ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea developed the interior design for Lonchería La Favorita, a new proposal for snacks cookery that is located on Insurgentes avenue in Mexico City. Architects Bernardo and Jose Lew, directors of ARCO, defined with the owners a well balanced project to make the most of the 70 sq m area.

Designer: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea (Mexico)

 

Departamento CGB

The creation of atmospheres that are suitable for every space, enhancing the harmony that integrates the entire project, is the guiding principle that defines the project done by ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea for this apartment in Mexico City. Its privileged location provides, beside the fantastic views, a pleasant surrounding suitable to integrate the outdoors to the interior project.

Designer: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea (Mexico)
Material: Wood, marble, paint, glass, metalwork

 

ILO Polanco

Balance between the new image and the concept, in a modern and innovative design, are also the elements for the interior design project for the Polanco store ILÓ. The idea comes from the use of the hank of yarn as the design element of a cozy, classic and very elegant space. Being a retail store that sells home high end products the color palette selected was earth, to harmonize and enhance the quality and warmth of the products.

Designer: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea (Mexico)

 

Armoni

A new image, modern and timeless, was the guideline for the interior design of apartment Armoni. The goal was achieved by maintaining the existent areas and distribution, making small changes to the original project to transform it into a more functional and open space. The floor plan of the building is semicircular and some modifications had to be done to generate more regular spaces and a contemporary atmosphere with the adequate selection of elements.

Designer: Bernardo & José Lew (Mexico)
Material: Wood, marble, ceramic, glass
Dimension: 285m2

 

Casa LC

This house is located inside of a very exclusive residential development in Mexico City that has an excellent golf course. It is situated in one of the areas with more economic growth in the last years, but the design allows maintaining the needed privacy to have security and tranquility for the residents. The site of the house is privileged and surrounded by a fantastic landscape.

Designer: Bernardo & José Lew (Mexico)
Material: Glass, wood, marble, archeological stone, wall paper and printed concrete.
Dimension: 705 M2

 

PH-A Las Nubes

More than the privileged location of this penthouse -situated on top of Tower A of Las Nubes residential- this ample space has a grand mezzanine with no structural elements that fragment the areas. It has two levels; social and service areas were located on the first and private areas on the second. It has four terraces that communicate with the most important areas through floor to ceiling windows and the central terraces have double height windows.

Designer: Bernardo Lew Kirsch (Mexico)
Dimension: 550 +100 m2 de terrazas

 

ifahto

Team work, balance and flexibility were the elements considered in the design for the new offices of the agency IFAHTO. Their mission is to bring their clients excellent service in a creative way. What the agency is and believes is clearly noticed since crossing the main entrance.

Innovation is one of the main axes of the agency and what defines its lifestyle in order to stand it out light and flexible furniture was selected.

Designer: Bernardo Lew Kirsch (Mexico)
Dimension: 640 m2

 

ILO Interlomas

Balance between the new image and the concept, in a modern and innovative design, were the elements for the interior design project for the Interlomas store ILÓ. The idea comes from the use of the hank of yarn as the design element of cozy, classic and very elegant space. Being a retail store that sells home high end products the color palette selected was earth, to harmonize and enhance the quality and warmth of the products.

Designer: Bernardo Lew Kirsch (Mexico)

 

Mobica Prado Norte

Respecting the above concept stores this new branch Mobica- located at Prado Norte, in the Lomas de Chapultepec- is made whit simple space, sober and Vanguard, do not lose the warmth that requires a store of furniture and home accessories. Outside the store has a great impact, since its purpose is to highlight the environment and invite the clients to discover inside. At the center of the space are located four columns that frame the building's vertical circulation, connecting the two levels.

Designer: Bernardo Lew Kirsch (Mexico)
Material: Glass, concrete, wood, plastic laminates, metal elements and marble chips
Dimension: 525 m2

 

Skyview

In this project was done the design for the common areas of the Skyview Residential Complex located in Mexico City. The spaces are: lobby, gym, multipurpose room, playroom, SPA, pool, gardens and general circulations. The overall result maintains the contemporary atmosphere of the whole project, but with special elements in each space to create the functional individuality of each one.

Designer: Bernardo Lew Kirsch (Mexico)
Material: Marble, wood, glass, stone, aluminum and steel
Dimension: 660 m2

 

PH-B Las Nubes

The project for this penthouse – located in the B tower of the residential complex Las Nubes- features a refined contemporary style. The design concept was based in a symmetric axis that projects to the horizon towards two grand terraces, taking the most advantage of the views and dividing in two hemispheres the public and private areas. The access is double height and in both levels there is a perimeter corridor with tempered glass and metal railing.

Designer: Bernardo Lew Kirsch (Mexico)
Manufacturer: (Mexico)

 

Casa Sauces

Remodeling and expansion of a residence built in the 70's located in Mexico City. The project rescued all the valuable architectonic details integrating them into a new contemporary proposal. The goal was to achieve a better relationship between the interior and exterior, as well as a better use of the space. Elegance, functionality and grand inflows of light were the axis on which the new interior proposal was based.

Designer: Bernardo Lew Kirsch (Mexico)
Dimension: 575 m2

 

Location

Mxico, Mexico

Specialties

Architecture, Design Management, Interior Design

Links

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ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea was founded by architects Bernardo Lew and José Lew which at the same time are in charge of the direction of the company. The main activities of the firm are: planning, architectonic project execution, interior design, consulting and coordination of structural projects, MEP systems, site direction, technical and economical management, coordination and construction supervision.

Experience

15+ years

 

CONTACT

Insurgentes Sur No 933 Piso 3 Col. Nápoles
José Lew Kirsch & Bernardo Lew Kirsch
3810 México
Mexico

 
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