Transforming an old sand mine into a welcoming space was the challenge of Mexican architect and interior designer Julio Amezcua. The place, named “Photocatalytic cave” and designed under a house in Mexico City, has passed over many transformations – consolidation, dehumidification, lighting – to become a bright and secure space, composed of several galleries. Modern architectural gem spread over 753 ft2, this design cave consists of an entrance with kitchen and bar, exhibition spaces, a sitting area, a cellar with a smoking area, a dining room and anteroom.

Photos : Jaime Navarro