January 8th, 2013

The P1 apartment is located in Mexico City by MAP/MX

The study room is envisioned as an open space, that allows a large amount of green plants and light to sneak inside the house. The main floor accommodates the public and the office areas, while the top floor is reserved for the bedrooms. Simply spectacular, the apartment has an interesting space division: a stone wall separates the private area from the public one. With an impressive relaxation spot embedded and a staggering view over the city, the P1 apartment is ideal for those who enjoy both, the natural and the urban environments.

Via: http://freshome.com/2012/12/14/spacious-and-bright-apartment-with-a-staggering-view-over-mexico-citys-skyline/

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