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Frida Escobedo, Michel Rojkind and Tatiana Bilbao are among the Mexico City-based architects who have opened their studios to photographer Marc Goodwin for his latest set of images. Read more
Architecture studio Taller Paralelo has overhauled an abandoned building in Mexico City to create this residence, which is arranged around a courtyard with a reflective pool. Read more
Mexico City is the capital of Mexico, the most populous city found in North America, and one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world. Aerial photographer and videographer Tarsicio Sañudo flew his drone above the area inhabited by over 21 million people and created this gorgeous 4-minute drone hyperlapse video titled “Hyperia: Mexico City the Hypercity.”Sañudo shot thousands of
From decorative Baroque churches to shadowy nooks, Mexico's architectural history is presented in this image set by German photographer Candida Höfer, which will be exhibited in Sean Kelly's New York gallery. Read more
Creative agency Futura has decorated a cafe in Mexico City using cobalt and pink surfaces, and designed playful branding to match. Read more
the solid and heavy exterior gives way to a light and open interior which benefits from strategically placed windows. The post andres burguete creates ‘house el cielo’ from three brick volumes in mexico appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Linear volumes featuring board-marked concrete, masonry and wood make up this angular house, designed by Mexican firm Di Frenna Arquitectos. Read more
I-CONO is a temporary pavilion that was built by bianchimajer and anna merci in occasion of the festival de arquitectura y ciudad méxtropoli 2018. The post architects build a pavilion of 2500 plastic bottles in the center of mexico city appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the project is in response to an earthquake in september 2017 which caused the client's previous family home to collapse. The post casa rosales by israel espin arquitecto integrates earthquake resistant design in mexico appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Despite decayed masonry and worn concrete, Mexico City's mid-century university campus is still abuzz with student life according to photographer Yueqi Jazzy Li, who has documented the UNESCO World Heritage-listed site in this set of photos. 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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