Located on the sixteenth floor of a building on Reforma Avenue in Mexico City, Moncayo Baths is a sensory experience inspired by Roman baths. The idea behind the project is to create an intimate space dedicated to relaxation and disconnection, which also offers the possibility of transforming into a social event; these baths manage to bring together two contrasting moments and give each of them their own space.
The interplay of light and shadow, as well as open and enclosed spaces, is achieved through blocks distributed throughout the floor plan; each of them houses a different activity, allowing the user to discover new possibilities for interaction.
The architectural program includes private massage modules, pool areas, and a social area with a restaurant and bar; their layout provides a panoramic view of Mexico City.
The palette is directly related to nature: wood, stone, water, and natural light are used throughout the project; there is nothing artificially covered.