A Tour of Homework’s Mexico City Coworking Space
A team of designers and architects from architecture firms SAVVY Studio and Metodo recently designed a new interior for coworking space Homework in Mexico City, Mexico.
“We chose an open office design in order to create a collaborative environment, conducive for working in teams. The Homework spaces were designed to fit the needs and personality of every client; meaning that we created a spatially diverse place that includes spaces that allow for more privacy, such as the private offices, and also more communal spaces, equipped with visual projectors and conference room facilities.
All common areas are built with fixed work surfaces, including the auditorium and the café. Materials such as metal were used to give the co-working spaces a modern aesthetic, while natural materials such as wood were used to create comfortable, welcoming ambience. This mood is emphasized through the use of warm tones and organic forms, such as plants, that enhance that complement and add diversity to the space. A central element of the space is the tables that define each workspace.
Different modular piece come together to form a whole structure that can be broken down into assemblable parts. With a focus on both multipurpose use and aesthetic value, each piece offers practical, pragmatic design with a touch of character.”
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico
- Date completed: 2017
- Size: 9,687 square feet
- Design: SAVVY Studio, Metodo
- Photos: Tatiana Mestre