Specific elements in each area of the house generate the sensation of flowing from urban to coastal spaces. This maximalist and eclectic interior design is a distinctive feature of every project produced by Progressive Design Firm.
Casa 47, located in a residential area of Los Cabos, Mexico is filled with the modern and contemporary
architecture of today, reflecting the personality of the family that lives there.
Upon entering the residence, you are welcomed by a space that integrates all social areas in one place,
something that the owners like very much because it communicates their “open door” policy that makes
you feel welcome in their home. Above the dining table hangs a spectacular blown glass chandelier
designed by the Israeli artist Shimal’e Peleg. In the living space the contrast of textile wallpaper by the
Dutch house DWC and the fabrics in the sofa by James Malone with the abstract and layered texture
complements the gray silk/wool rug pulling the space together for warm gatherings with family and
friends. Amongst this monochromatic space stands a dominant Norwegian designed lamp that brings
balance between the living and dining spaces.
On the walls of the main bedroom, a textured wallpaper is placed in neutral tones to create a cozy atmosphere. The design of the rug, the linen curtains and the selected furniture provide a feeling of expansion and tranquility to reflect the personality of the couple.
Wrapping the pool with its L shape architecture the multiple seating areas and full expansion draperies bring the outside in and the inside out. This is the heart of Progressive Design Firm in this project.