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cca created a unique earthy color for the concrete on the walls, referencing the region’s soil and the warm tones of the sunset. The post cca blends an earthy concrete home into its arid surroundings in mexico appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the residence is built as a white excavated cube. The post cadaval & solà-morales sets the ombra house around double-height courtyard in mexico appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
a stepped wooden platform allows visitors to view the pieces from sides that have never been accessible to the public. The post AGO projects + sala hars put luis barragán’s art collection on display in his mexico city studio appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Mexican firm Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos has released plans for a hotel in Baja California Sur with creature-like concrete suites integrated within a sloping desert. Read more
the exhibition brings together over 500 pieces, from everyday objects to artistic works. The post nouvel’s invisible. glass design exhibition traces the history of glass in mexico at franz mayer museum appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Board-marked concrete is used to create a vaulted dining space in this restaurant in Mexico City's Roma neighbourhood, designed by local studio Taller ADG to echo old Italian trattorias. Read more
Paintings and sculptures collected by the late Mexican architect Luis Barragán are showcased on a stepped wooden platform at his Mexico City house. Read more
what was previously a dark and humid hollow has been adapted by the architects to create a warm and inviting recreational space. The post amezcua transforms an old sand mine into the ‘photocatalytic cave’ in mexico city appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
located within a historic residential building, the firm's studio is where a team of around 15 works on a diverse array of projects. The post designboom visits ambrosi etchegaray’s studio in mexico city appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Italian architect Stefano Boeri has unveiled plans to create a forested smart city in Cancun, Mexico, that is designed to be a "pioneer" of more eco-efficient developments. Read more


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