A former house of a Mexican communist party founder M.N. Roy was put to a new use by the French architects Emmanuel Picault and Ludwig Godefroy. The new private club can be found in a Roma district of Mexico City, bearing the name of its original resident – M.N.ROY. From the outside, no difference can be seen, as if the true intent was to keep the club a secret. Pyramid shaped interior with a wooden texture offers a two-storey dancefloor and a DJ booth. The thick wooden blocks and glosy copper tiles cover the walls of other rooms, which are equipped with a massive wood and leather furniture.
The corridor walls are clad with black basalt tiles with a sophisticated lightning effect, highlighting its rugged texture. Black walls gradually narrow the space down and lead you to a dimly lit bar. The visitors are able to watch the dancefloors from a glass-fronted mezzanine. M.N.ROY is an incredible mix of cultures, volumes and architectonic styles creating a boiling point modern space.