Vidivixi studio joined its furniture assortment with components by US creators to make a progression of ill-humored sets in its Mexico City showroom.

Vidivixi, which is driven by British architect Adam Caplowe and American planner Mark Grattan, changed a “muddled craftsman’s studio” in the Colonia San Rafael neighborhood to make its first showroom.

Grattan went about as an “intermediary” to discover reasonable structures that would supplement the studio’s furniture assortment, which it depicts as a “reflection on warm voluminous structures and striking realistic forms”.

Tatami mats with thick dark lines get on the dark cowhide channeling that wraps one of the couches and the colored dark oak trim on the Switch sideboard.

As a component of the venture, Vidivixi worked with both Sit and Bower Studios to create their pieces in Mexico City.