Senado de México


The Senate of Mexico is the most important project of Sutega at an international level. The Senate of the Mexican Republic, designed by Javier Muñoz and executed by the Indi Group, is a new work called to become a cultural and political reference. Sutega was responsible for equipping the spaces of greatest public importance: the Hemicycle (which houses the Plenary or upper chamber and the Chamber of Deputies) and the Auditorium; Also the offices of the 128 senators, the boardrooms, the living areas and the leisure and restoration spaces.

The equipment stands out for the highest levels of quality and design, including pieces that are classics of contemporary furniture of the twentieth century, such as the Barcelona chair by Mies van der Rohe, the chair Panton by Verner Panton and the chair LC2 by Le Corbusier, among others . The selection of equipment provides a strong cultural value, beyond the ergonomic and functional.