Trudy Jordan has a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture Los Andes University, Bogotá, Colombia 1989. A Master Degree ENCRM, México City 1992. She has lived in Mexico City for several years. Her passion founded on developing space projects in architecture and interior design from the last 18 years has enriched and created a unique style based on geometry, details and combination color. She is specialized in Architectural Project Management an Interiors. Extensive experience in Mexico, Colombia, the USA, and Italy.

Project name: JA&P POLANCO
Architect Name: Trudy Jordan

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Trudy Jordan has certifications on Best Architectural  Colombian Thesis 1990, Asp Home Staging professional Seattle and Redesign program Florida.

“Uniqueness” the capability to empathized with our clients.

The goal was to integrate an open space in the whole place: living room, kitchen, and bedroom with a palette color combination.

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The design was to have a living room, dining room for 8, a kitchen, a cozy bedroom, closets and a trendy bathroom using Italian furniture.

We created a harmonious living room along with a neutral color palette using beige, grey and blue. Complementing with a silver side table, a dark wood center table, and a modern rug. Special attention was given to details like accessories and art decoration.

We choose the dining room a metallic base, a glass table, and brown leather chairs. A lighting accent that creates a perfect environment for space.

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An Italian kitchen with grey oak melamine doors and a breakfast counter cladded with quartz, 3 stools, a cabinet for wine, a stove, a silver fridge, a TV to allow the owner to enjoy while eating and all the complements needed, choosing a blue wall creating a soothing place.

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For the bedroom, we have an elegant tall headboard and the light is accented by the wall, integrating a living room, a chaise long and a bathtub.


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