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a gridded canopy comprised of thirty-six pieces of volcanic stone are suspended above the escandón terrace and anchored to a metallic structure spanning overhead. The post PALMA suspends gridded canopy of volcanic stone over mexico city terrace appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
This housing block in Mexico City, designed by locally based HGR Arquitectos, is arranged around a large circular courtyard where a Japanese guava tree grows. Read more
located in a renovated building in downtown merida, mexico, 'lagalá' is a cultural hub that proposes the fusion between fashion, business, and art into a common space. The post lagalá, a contemporary cultural hub by fmt studio in merida, mexico appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
This week on Dezeen, an airport designed by Foster + Partners for Mexico City was scrapped midway through construction and a pair of skyscrapers envisioned by SOM were put on hold. Read more
The result of the public vote to scrap Foster + Partners' partially built airport for Mexico City has not gone down well among local architects, who have described the referendum as an example of the country's "political issues and corruption". Read more
Treehouses of all shapes and sizes have graced our pages over the years, but the thing about these elevated dwellings is that they tend to be made of timber. Mexican architect Gerardo Broissin paid little attention to this building convention with the design of "chantli kuaulakoyokan," a transparent treehouse in Mexico City... Continue Reading Glass treehouse in Mexico peels back the curta
designed by gerardo broissin, the structure evokes feelings of childhood and of the desire for an independent place of refuge. The post this transparent glass treehouse in mexico city sits above its own micro forest appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the project, titled 'alcázar de toledo', comprises five levels that step down the terrain. The post sordo madaleno arquitectos embeds luxury residences into mexico city hillside appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Trees, bark chips and visitors are all reflected in mirrors behind the severe black exterior of this pavilion, which Mexican architect Fernanda Canales created for this year's Design Week Mexico. Read more
Black never goes out of style, but a trend for dark furniture and homeware was particularly evident at this year's Design Week Mexico. Read more is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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