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An Irregularly Shaped Office That Sits Above the Treetops

The design of the cm2 offices, a construction and interior design company in Mexico City, was led by Taller Leticia Serrano who created a visually dynamic workspace that appears to float above the trees. The offices are located on the fifth floor of a building that overlooks the woods of Chapultepec Park so the views were a high priority.

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The office is spread out over 200 square meters in an irregular shape, making design options a little more challenging. Suspended ceilings weren’t allowed and nothing could alter the metal and glass facades or concrete walls, which meant everything had to be self-supporting. They also had to find ways to hide unsightly wires.

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The client insisted that every employee should have natural light and ventilation, as well as having every workstation be the same within an open plan environment.

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Wooden partitions and glass panels help divide the space without making it feel closed in or closing the spaces off.

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The color palette and material choices reflect the woodsy location, with the use of wood, metal, and stone, and green being the accent color.

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Photos by Pedro Hiriar

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