According to design firm A-G Studios, Casa Hoyos in Mexico is described as “the crucial pillar that gives sustenance to the identity of this new boutique hotel.” Located in Mexico, this modern hotel celebrates local traditions, from history to contemporary design and art. If you are a design-lover, Master Bedroom Ideas presents to you one of the perfect top spots for someone who loves contemporary art.
With its colonial-era historic center and cobblestoned streets dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries, this historic building is a newly opened 16-room boutique hotel that tells a story: the Mexican design firm A-G Studio creates a series of vivid indoor and outdoor spaces. Owned by the Hoyos family since the early 20th century, the Casa Hoyos “pay tribute to the family legacy” while celebrating the best of Mexico’s colorful artistic and cultural offerings today.
Adopting a striking combination of restoration and modern design, the design studio was able to create a unique and authentic space that truly “characterizes the essence of San Miguel de Allende,” the firm explains about Casa Hoyos. For this hotel interior design project, A-G Studio used luminously colored glazed tiles to clad the walls and arches of spaces around the patio, bringing a liveliness to the spaces where sunlight bounces off its shiny surfaces. Colors were chosen for their emblematic meaning: The yellow induces a corncob, one of the main components in Mexican cuisine, and the salmon-colored tiles around the arches are pulled from the Hoyos family shield.
Ochre and red tones are featured on different floors and in the 16 different hotel bedrooms. Casa Hoyos honors Mexican artists and craftspeople: inside this contemporary hotel, there are modern furniture, textiles, plantings, and tiles that express the area’s rich history with a contemporary voice.
The rooftop features a pool and terrace bar: Casa Hoyos includes this marvelous space that plays with tones of red, from the terra-cotta floor tiles to the bright red of the lounge chairs.
Source and Photos: Architectural Digest