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Guest House Decor by Andres Gutierrez

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Ignacia Guest House puts visitors in the heart of Colonia Roma, one of the city’s most creative, appealing and kickiest districts. Top restaurants and galleries, cool lounges and hot nightlife, plus the best shopping from vintage treasures to edgy, third-millennium design are all a walk away. Neighborhood forays also mean a window onto Mexico City as it always will be, a high-low mélange of magnificent architecture and local, down-home venues, where hipsters share streets with families and fabulous old folks. The sights, sounds and street life are like nowhere else on earth.

The modern and unique building is perfectly delimited on the inside due to bold geometric details made of glass and metal differentiating in colors seen in the interior of the rooms which is complemented by the cohesion found in the historic factor of the enclosure. The rooms include a view to the garden with a fountain which transmits tranquility.

The dining room for ten people was conceived as a room for socialization and rest, maybe even the soberest area of Ignacia Guest House. Meanwhile the kitchen, apart from being small, is vital space, as it serves as the nucleus of the Mexican house full of references to the burnished mud and traditional terracotta.