Alonso de Garay

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Alonso de Garay

Alonso de Garay


Meet Alonso de Garay - a powerhouse of good design, creativity and innovation based in Mexico. Alonso de Garay's design journey has been nothing short of spectacular, marked by a tireless pursuit of excellence. This dedication is clearly mirrored in Alonso de Garay's impressive haul of 5 A' Design Awards that we showcase here. Spanning across categories such as Interior, Alonso de Garay's work stands as a living testament to a steadfast commitment to design excellence, serving as a beacon of inspiration for designers globally. With each project, Alonso de Garay masterfully blends form and function, crafting designs that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also functional and timeless. This approach underscores Alonso de Garay's celebration of creativity and an unyielding quest for innovation.

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Corporate Dining Rooms work area and informal meetings by Alonso de Garay
Corporate Dining Rooms work area and informal meetings
Corporate Dining Rooms work area and informal meetings
Corporate Dining Rooms functions as a work area and an informal zone for meetings between executives and clients. The industrial kitchen, which is the heart of the project, is covered with a wooden lattice lit from top to bottom. Around the kitchen, corridors circulate providing access to different spaces: corporate and staff offices, executive dining rooms, workshop-dining room, restrooms, and site. The furniture, especially designed for the project, blends materials such as leather, textiles, woods, fibers and black marble. Wood the main element used in walls, doors, corridors and ceilings.
Corporate Dining Rooms
Buna Sartoria Restaurant by Alonso de Garay
Buna Sartoria Restaurant
Buna Sartoria Restaurant
A sliding glass door provides access to both spaces through a small foyer. Which are met by a concrete wall that becomes the base for Sartoria’s vault on the right, and Buna’s wrap-around wall to the left. Buna’s space features a 3.28 meter-long bar. The space in Sartoria is defined by the vault, 5.60 meters wide by 5 in length, covering an area that holds 25 guests. The vault’s curve and back wall were used to create a wine cellar that holds 250 bottles. The terrace is common to both spaces. A play of arches that form the personalities for two different concepts.
Buna Sartoria
Reserva Bezares Apartment by Alonso de Garay
Reserva Bezares Apartment
Reserva Bezares Apartment
Architectural design in a gallery. The design priority is family life; the living room and dining areas are very large, and the staircase was used to provide an additional area. There mezzanine provides space for two additional bedrooms. Interior design bears the ADG stamp: concrete and wood materials, along with a wood-screen ceiling.
Reserva Bezares
The Architect’s House Apartment by Alonso de Garay
The Architect’s House Apartment
The Architect’s House Apartment
This project is an answer to what an architect’s house is like. It is an apartment where family affections and a life philosophy are placed in a diagram. The project gives priority to primary building materials, wood and concrete. It is a masculine concept, sober and protective. Here, small children have their own apartment, while under watch and company of their parents. Also, the architect and his wife have areas for sharing but also intimate spaces. This one-story home is filled with symbolic allusions and references to the architect’s craft.
The Architect’s House
House on the 12th Floor Apartment by Alonso de Garay
House on the 12th Floor Apartment
House on the 12th Floor Apartment
The present design for the apartment’s interior is a conceptual play for the interiors apartment on a 12th floor. The intention was for this apartment to symbolise the ideal of a house with a garden. As such, the interior design is based on two aspects: a functional diagram that gives ample space to all areas in the apartment along with a main hall that has an A-shaped ceiling, simulating a gabled roof, as well as a vertical garden on the dining area’s wall. The project successfully synthesises these formal concerns with a functional layout, even allowing of certain design pieces.
House on the 12th Floor

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