This mysterious dilapidated house where once lived and worked the founder of the Mexican Communist Party MN Roy, was recently transformed into a conceptual nightclub of the same name MNROY. Unlike most of the renovations, exterior house was in pristine condition, in order to emphasize and increase the gap between the original value of the object and its new status.
The authors of the draft of the new club were Mexican architects Emmanuel Picault and Ludwig Godefroy. This old-looking house is located in one of the oldest areas of Mexico City (Mexico).
The exterior remains virtually unchanged, but within its walls lies the mystical and the conceptual a night club where a textured tree pyramid is the context for the two tiers. Here are the dance floor and DJ console. Illumination system designed in such a way as to most effectively highlight the relief surface of the walls. Wooden Pyramid invites to step outside it, being surrounded by dark, dimly lit walls of the bar.
Embossed wood paneling, shiny brass plate and volcanic stone walls covered with other premises establishments, filled with stylish wooden and leather furniture.
According to the authors, dilapidated facade of the house is also interesting that this undistinguished building paradoxically attracts long queues of people wanting to get inside.
Interior of MNROY – it’s an eclectic mix of cultures, the volumes of architectural styles, allusions to iconic monuments, forming an exciting night atmosphere.