The project for the LUMA café seeks to generate an atmosphere full of interesting effects, rich textures, and surprising design, that encourages passersby to stop and to stay. 


These elements are intertwined, generating a cohesive piece that generates a controlled disorder. The rest of the interior is dominated by crude materials, such as concrete, stucco, and terrazzo. Seeking to exalt their tectonics, different finishes are used on their surfaces, contrasting brilliant polishes to softer mattes.

Location: Mexico City, Mexico

Type: Commission, Commercial, Interior design

Materials: Concrete, Terrazzo, Stucco, Fabric, wood

Team: Isaac Michan Daniel, Narcisso Martínez, Omar Acevedo 

Status: Completed

Year: 2017

Photography: Vicente Muños, Michan Architecture