Filux Lab: Mexican Traditional Architecture Remixed

For the International Festival of Light in Mexico, Workshop Architects has redesigned and transformed an old colonial house located in the city of Merida. Giving birth to Filux Lab, an independent space with the mission of promoting the sense of artistic community where different universes converge around the light and light installations.

The architects used the pre-existing architecture, serving as a blank canvas, defined only by white and neutral colors.

Additionally, no space within the laboratory has fixed lighting. All of the lamps that are used have a connector that can be plugged through electric extension cords from different points, allowing the space to evolve quickly depending on the dynamics each particular user requirements.

Photography by Tamara Uribe