The 'Pent-House PPDG' in Mexico Features a Bottomless-Bathroom

 - Aug 5, 2011
References: hernandezsilva.mx & letmebeinspired
If the thought of a 1970s house has you thinking "ultra-outdated," then a look through pictures of this 'Pent-House PPDG' by architectural firm Hernandez Silva Arquitectos should be enough to change your mind. After all, with an accomplished architectural firm like Hernandez Silva Arquitectos on the job, you can bet there is going to be nothing outdated about the results!

The Pent-House PPDG rests on the 15th floor of a 1970s Mexican colonial-style building and maintains the old-school aura that the building once bestowed. Gorgeous upgrades throughout the entire pent house make this renovation truly a contemporary masterpiece.

Implications - As opposed to creating entirely new structures from the ground up, many consumers now prefer to update old spaces in order to create their new abodes. This desire to maintain elements of tradition while incorporating modern elements represents a common consumer desire that stretches across all industries.