The designer Delfina Rossi, stood out as the guiding axis of this project. Delfina mixed the mastery of the inherited good taste, the expert eye and the grace of the uncontaminated youth.
Delfina also gave life to the spaces, through her true art and passion. She creates gardens and the transgression of the young age pushed this young artist, only 25 years old, to defy gravity and create a garden, but leaving aside conventionalisms.
True details everywhere, designed one by one, stylish furniture upholstered with the most exclusive German fabric, authentic pieces of designers from the world, Japan, Italy, Indonesia and of course Argentina.
Talent in every corner. The Architect Hector Maffi contributed his unlimited gaze, leaving his personal mark, possible to recognize in each of the spaces. The design of MIO BUENOS AIRES is the result of the talent and creativity of a diverse and varied group of aesthetic professionals, always under the careful and demanding direction of its owner, Cristina Catena.
Blending the future with tradition, the materials combine cold, warmth, present, innovation, history, art and color. Steel, glass, marble, stone, harmoniously mixed with the warmth of the wood of the doors of French centenary oak coming from wine barrels, the caldén of the bathtubs and the silk and wool of each piece of decoration chosen.
The eccentricity is also present in MIO BUENOS AIRES, where it is possible to find a steam bath located in the very center of the great MIO suites. The bathroom, normally of purely utilitarian functionality, is transformed into a majestic space, featuring a one-piece wooden bathtub, a sculpture, a work of art created by a talented artist, Mario Dasso exclusively for MIO BUENOS AIRES.
The bathtub, located in the middle of an area of marble, steel and glass and completely integrated into the room, stands out in a fascinating way. 8TH SPA The hotel spa was created as a refuge in the city. Floors covered with black stone of San Luis, lower the intensity of natural light that filters through the large windows of the eighth floor. A waterfall falls irreverently over the pool with giant Jacuzzi effect, simulating the energetic sound of tropical rain.
The treatment area for the body and the soul could be identified as an iced jug of ice, lemon, ginger and honeycomb. Wood, glass, steel and the warmth of the cabinets prepared for the most complete comfort of the guest, which has been the absolute priority in every decision made by the group of artists who have participated in the creation of this place so out of series.