Contemporary Veracruz 60 Apartment in Mexico City

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Seeing that most of our architecture pieces have been massive mansions as of late, we thought we’d change gears a bit showcasing this stunning apartment space.

Designed by the team at JSa Architecture, this apartment still maintains all of the minimalistic design elements and characteristics we love. Dubbed the Veracruz 60 Apartment, this incredible bachelor pad resides in Mexico City, Mexico.  The home features plenty of wood and concrete construction found throughout, with tall floor to ceiling glass windows offering great views of the city.

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