Envisioned in 2010 by Celeste Magazine editor Vanesa Fernández and her husband artist Aldo Chaparro this amazing gallery lives in a very chic 1940s house restored by Productora Architects.  The result is a truly amazing job – specifically the ingenious placement of the cement tiles and the design of a modernist Vienna coffee shop

The house is located in the Anzures neighborhood of Mexico City, a lovely area where every street is named after a literary author.

Celeste House  –  CDMX
The House has three sections:

First is the concept store/gallery, where one can find all sorts of interesting items. They include paintings, functional and nonfunctional objects, rare fossils, collectible fashion, jewelry, and more.  Products from around the globe, and others either designed by Aldo and Vanessa or the top designers in Mexico.  Celeste House really shows the breadth of design contained in this world-class metropolis.

Celeste House  –  CDMX

Continuing on one finds a homeopathic apothecary specialized in phytotherapy treatments.  Here, personalized formulas are created in a very Victorian way for each customer.

The third, and most delicious part, is the champagne tea room.  While Viennese in design, they serve the classic English ritual; complete with tiered plates of pastries, scones and small sandwiches.  They also offer a rich Champagne menu as well as an extraordinary selection of teas.   Top this off with Cantonese-style  Dim Sum, and during the late evening, Celeste transforms to a destination for the  trendy and happening.

Celeste House  –  CDMX
Celeste House  –  CDMX
Celeste House  –  CDMX
Celeste House  –  CDMX
(above photo © Rafael Gamo)
Celeste House  –  CDMX

Celeste House – CDMX

(55) 2 614 6031
(55) 5 531.8309
11590 Delegación Miguel Hidalgo
(corner of Darwin & Kepler)
C.P. 11590, México, D.F.


Champagne Tea Room
12:00 pm – 2:00am Monday Saturday
12:00 pm – 7:00pm Sundays

Cebeth Apothecary & Gallery Store
10:00 am – 7:00pm Monday Saturday

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