Revlon Offices – Mexico City

Revlon’s offices in Mexico City prioritizes flexibility and remote work, offering personalized workspaces that promotes well-being and corporate identity while incorporating elements of Mexican culture by Angular.

  • Client Revlon,
  • size 8,396 sqft
  • Year 2023
  • Location Mexico City, Mexico,
  • Industry Fashion / Beauty,
  • The design of Revlon’s offices in Mexico City focuses on creating a personalized workspace, adapting to the trends of flexibility and remote work to optimize corporate space. The emphasis was on prioritizing user well-being, balancing remote work with the need for spaces that foster corporate identity and community.

    The scheme is divided into three areas: one for permanent staff with privileged views, another for flexible personnel focused on collaboration, and a third for private meetings. The warm color palette is inspired by makeup, Revlon’s main product, and elements of Mexican culture such as clay and tezontle.

    Details like brightly colored ceilings and the design of indirect lighting help define and separate spaces, creating warm and inviting environments that contrast with traditional corporate spaces. The introduction of curves through accessories such as radial lighting, transitions in floor finishes, and carpentry breaks away from the straight lines of the building, generating a fluid and dynamic space.

    Design: Angular
    Design Team: Alfredo González, Jesús Quiroga, Diego González
    Developer: Alberto Moragrega
    Contractor: Victoria Pelcastre
    Photography: Recording Architecture | Paco Alvarez