The PPDG Penthouse, designed by Hernadez Silva Arquitectos, sits on the 15th floor of a 70's neocolonial building in Guadalajara, Mexico.
The formerly four-bedroom penthouse was converted into a large loft, a single large space with movable screens that allow for division to more rooms when needed. For example, movable screen divides the master bedroom into two bedrooms.
The penthouse, which is located west of a nearby park, takes advantage of the beautiful city view by having floor-to-ceiling sliding glass walls that lead out to an open deck balcony. The kitchen area is demarcated with a large, shiny, red divider wall and the use of the same color workspace and cabinets.
The highlight of the PPDG Penthouse is its unique powder room. The space was intended for a second elevator which was never installed - instead, there's a a bathroom with a glass floor that looks down all 15 levels.