Project DescriptionFROM THE ARCHITECTS:
· Ground Floor: The famous Paseo de la Reforma, a central passage and gathering place for the people of Mexico City, is represented on the ground floor which consists of the cosmetics, perfumes and accessories department. The design serves a reinterpretation of the iconic Cuauhtémoc roundabout, Diana y el Angel de la Independencia, Puerta de los Leones and Alameda Park.
· First Floor: The first floor is home to the women’s and children’s departments. Women’s is designed after Lomas de Chapultepec and Polanco, with children’s inspired by Feria de Chapultepec – a popular fair in Mexico.
· Second Floor: The men’s, technology and gourmet departments on the second floor are influenced by Colonia Roma- Condesa and its European flair.
· Third Floor: The Pedregal de San Angel neighborhood, which exemplifies the modern Mexican movement of the twentieth century, is interpreted in the home and design department.