The Oxberry Group, led by brothers, Sean and PJ Jamea, brought their uniquely blended talents to construct The Mond at the Museums luxury condominiums.
Sean’s experience in real estate law and finance and PJ’s award-winning expertise in design and architecture set the stage for an amazing inner loop project for Houston’s Museum District.
Oxberry and their interior design firm, MaRs, chose eggersmann to design and build luxury German kitchens with high-end appliances for each of the 20 residences spread over 8 floors.
Luxury and convenience is a lifestyle at The Mond. Each unit has its own amenities such as outdoor kitchens, gym, and terraces with the upgrades built in as standard. The walkable area offers condo dwellers nearby access to top restaurants, urban architecture, and 19 museums. With 24-hour concierge service, residents will experience true luxury.
The eggersmann designs for each of the units is unique and custom in the styles and quality you would expect to experience in the grandest of contemporary homes in Houston. We feature 3 of the kitchens below.
6th floor unit
The Mond Unit 601 is created to charm its future owners that prefer a contemporary industrial look.
The perimeter upper and lower cabinetry in Torino light grey aluminum complements the eggersmann hand-troweled concrete dark finish on the tall cabinets and the island. The islands waterfall granite countertop completes the warm, but sleek aesthetic.
High-end Miele appliances are integrated into the tall handleless cabinets for a thoroughly contemporary look. Well-thought-out accessories are used throughout the cabinetry to enhance organization, accessibility, and use of storage space.
The living room features a custom media unit from our home living collection. Each element on the shelving system is designed to offer functional storage or a home for memorabilia from travels and life explorations. Walnut and a custom color matt lacquer combine to offer a beautiful rich complement to the furniture and flooring.
Generous windows wash natural light throughout the multi-functional space.
7th floor unit
The Mond at the Museums condo unit 703 exudes warmth natural earthy woods and stone.
Eggersmann smoked and fumed oak is a timeless organic finish that pairs with nearly any style of furniture and décor. The island’s light countertop cascades down the sides for a contemporary flair. The base and interior island cabinetry is is bathed in eggersmann’s high gloss Griggio finish with the E-sign handle-less system for a minimalistic appearance and ergonomic function.
The oversized island features storage on both sides rather than the expected bar seating making it easy to keep the entire space organized and tidy.
The Mond’s floor-to-ceiling windows create a glow throughout the living space.
Furniture and furnishings by Shop in Houston.
8th floor unit
The Mond Unit 801 is a penthouse to rival the likes of uber-luxe high-rise residences of the world’s urban meccas.
Ceilings stretch into the heavens. Skylights invite nature into the heart of your home.
Core Ash Anthracite veneer comprises the wall cabinets and tall cabinets in this kitchen juxtaposed with high gloss Griggio lacquer. Ash is a hardwood, but with its slight blooms of grain and the dyed anthracite color, it appears soft and gentle in this penthouse space.
Fully integrated Gaggenau appliances are featured along with a comfortable bar seating area at the island for daily living and gracious entertaining. The possibilities for entertaining here in this expansive penthouse are endless and cooking for your guests will surely be the highlight.