Travesía 4 is a minimalist gallery located in Mexico City, Mexico, designed by Savvy. The new space of the Spanish gallery Travesía 4 in Mexico City, materialized within a 19th Century neocolonial building. The designers analyzed material elements of Mexican colonial architecture, such as Tezontle and concrete, reinterpreting them in a contemporary way, in a constant dialogue with the elements that help emphasize the house’s character as a contemporary art gallery. The longitudinal access is illuminated indirectly through a lighting system located in the upper part of the original doors of the house. The corridors of red volcanic stone contrast with the subtlety of white concrete walls. The exhibition area begins on the first floor, completely white, rescuing the original moldings of the walls. The low height of these first areas translates into a more intimate access with a wooden lambrin partially submerged into the wall, therefore achieving purer geometric shapes and an almost accidental spatial harmony.