Form the exterior, the modern stucco structure looks more like a sculpture than an office building.

Studio Name: Archon Design
Design Team: Arturo Rojas Cardona, Fernando Téllez, Mario González, Abraham Ochoa, Tadeo Mendoza, Joseph Garavito
Area: 44,300 square feet
Year: 2015
Location: San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo Leon, México
Consultant: Francisco Covarrubias, Herrajes Metálicos SA
Photography Credits: Adrian Del Ángel, Archon Design

Other Credits

Masonry: Tango Marble
Furniture: Knoll, Herman Miller
Glass Partitions: Knoll
Acoustical Ceiling: Techstyle Translucent Panels by Hunter Douglas
Custom Woodwork: Jorge Javier Rodríguez Macías

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©Adrian Del Ángel, Archon Design

Upon entering, you are greeted with space and light permeating the interior, vertically through stairs leading you into an atrium-like opening. A glazed inner courtyard leads your eyeline horizontally where you find open plan workstations and individual private offices.

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©Adrian Del Ángel, Archon Design

In a highly collaborative process with the client— a private media and entertainment company— the design team worked to create a cohesive workplace experience. From the placement of the executive offices, conference rooms, and auditorium, floating gardens, employee lounge, to the details of custom millwork and calacatta marble accentuating the offices and conference rooms offsetting the brown leather furnishings.

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©Adrian Del Ángel, Archon Design

The quality of materials, space and light creates an elevated aesthetic experience, and helps the organization achieve its goals.


Studio Profile

Archon Design is a multi-disciplinary studio of architecture and design. Our aim is to provide the most effective identity and design service to entrepreneurs, organizations and Fortune 500 companies— a service which contributes tangibly to their long-term success. We achieve this through teamwork, sound strategic thinking and exceptional creative innovation.

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