Cruciform cabinet anchors The Loma Residence by Esrawe Studio

An oak “skin” wraps the interior of living spaces at this apartment in Mexico City, renovated by locally based Esrawe Studio.

The two-bedroom Loma Residence in the neighbourhood of Lomas de Chapultepec faces sunset views over the forest, so Esrawe Studio reconfigured the layout to optimise this orientation.

The Loma Residence was reconfigured so that living spaces could enjoy west-facing vistas and light

Walls and partitions were removed to create a more open living and dining space, where low furniture is arranged so as not to obstruct the vista or prevent the golden-hour light from reaching far into the apartment.

To deal with a column and create separation from the

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