Articles tagged Mexico

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Five Days of Frame 118: Noma here and there

Tulum, Mexico / Sydney, Australia – Despite its Scandinavian roots, Noma proves time and place trump all with pop-ups on two contrasting continents.

Parish Church by Moneo Brock. Photos Jorge Taboada / Moneo Brock
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Moneo Brock's church is a modern interpretation of a recognizable typology

MONTERREY – The southern district of the third largest city in Mexico is expanding. In a development 15 km south of the city’s main plaza, the newest parish church can be found.

Leaderboard: The Sleep Event
Leaderboard: The Sleep Event
Platah Pavilion by a|911. Photos Jaime Navarro
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A blunt, bold volume by a|911 transmits a strong physical presence

HIDALGO – The elongated office building marks the entry point to the Platah industrial complex which is a location so isolated that a purpose-built road was laid before users could …

Casa Tiny by Aranza de Ariño. Photos Edmund Sumner
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A concrete tent creates a space void of domestic 'extras'

OAXACA – A tiny house designed as a holiday home for a couple in Mexico is one of young architect Aranza de Ariño’s first professional projects.

Functionality meets tropicality.
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José Juan Rivera Rio references Mexican Modernism

MEXICO CITY – The Mexican architect JJRR has built a small mansion that will grow into the landscape. 

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Visitors to a nail parlour in Mexico get swept away by a cascading parade of colour

ZAPOPAN – Last September, Nail It beauty bar opened the doors to its second location in Zapopan, Mexico.

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Experimental Mexican architects weave new worlds that enhance existing spaces

NEW YORK – The winners of the MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program, Mexican duo Lazbent Escobedo and Andrés Soliz of architecture practice Escobedo Soliz Studio believe inspiration is all around …

Photo Onnis Luque
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Barberia Royal is ROW Studio's triumphant tribute to British barbershops

MEXICO CITY – Occupying priviliged corner real estate on a wide shopping boulevard in the city centre, a modern day barbershop fuses the extravagance of European monarchs with the masculinity of …

Leaderboard: The Sleep Event
Leaderboard: The Sleep Event
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Anagrama conceives bead maze interior for kids' boutique Kindo

SAN PEDRO GARZA GARCÍA – Contrast and whimsical colours are at the core of Anagrama’s design for Kindo, a kids-wear boutique in San Pedro Garza García, a suburb of Monterrey, Mexico.

The new campus at Centro University located in Mexico City provides higher learning in the field of creativity.
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Enrique Norten’s vision for Centro University becomes a reality

MEXICO CITY – TEN Arquitectos has designed the new campus of an institution catering for creative minds in Mexico City.

Students from ISDA designed a small interactive infrastructure called the Urban SPA.
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ISAD students revamp an abandoned fountain into a Mexican urban spa

CHIHUAHA – A small infrastructure in a city park is revitalised into an active space for the public to enjoy.

The front façade of the new intervention is fully glazed and recessed in order to highlight the historical mansion.
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Cordoba-ReUrbano by Cadaval & Solà-Morales

MEXICO CITY – A residential building development by Cadaval & Sola-Morales takes root inside a house of historical value.