Articles tagged Mexico

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Héctor Esrawe sheds light on the crisis' impact on design in Mexico City

Mexico City – The Esrawe Studio founder and Masa Galería co-founder explains how his teams are reinventing, refocusing and reimagining in the midst of this new reality.

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Frame’s Emerging Designer of the Year works at the intersection of building, man and nature

The Tulum-based architect Eduardo Neira – who goes by the name of Roth – operates outside traditional modes of the practice.

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Why our Emerging Designer of the Year also went home with the House of the Year award

Tulum – The winning project, a Tulum residence by Roth Architecture, bucks prefabrication and intuits user needs. Read what the jury had to say.

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A Mexican boutique hotel serves as a platform for craft culture

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico – AG Interior Studio transformed a former colonial manor in San Miguel Allende into a hotel with Mexican craft influences.

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This boutique feels like an M.C. Escher drawing – gone pink

San Pedro, Mexico – In San Pedro, Anagrama designs an M.C. Escher-inspired interior for a Mexican fashion boutique. 

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Best Of: installations at Design Miami 2019

Miami – Our top picks highlight works from leading brands such as fashion house Fendi, social media giant Instagram and jewellery retailer Swarovski.

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*cries in Spanish* Mexico just built the world’s most beautiful showroom

Guadalajara – Esrawe Studio turned Grupo Arca’s Design Centre in Guadalajara into more than a showroom and warehouse: it’s almost a cultural centre for the city.

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This Mexican designer is trolling xenophobes (and even biodesigners) with a single plant

Syracuse – At the 2019 edition of the MADE Labs school, Mexican designer Fernando Laposse used agave to underline the ludicrousness of anti-immigration stances.

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A vintage-inspired spinning gym in Mexico challenges the Peloton aesthetic

Guadalajara – Estudio Fernanda Orozco’s proposal for Guadalajara’s Refuse indoor cycling gym came from browsing vintage Tour de France posters.

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Say, you don’t like brutalist buildings? Shed some light, then

What do a child’s bedroom in Barcelona, a brutalist pavilion in the UK and a villa in Mexico City have in common? At night, there’s LED everywhere.

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These hybrid objects are born out of Mexican tradition and European collabs

Mexico City – As Mexico establishes itself as Latin America’s prime design destination, these two hybrid projects showcase both traditional craft and current views.

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To foster innovation, this lab uses Mexico City’s best active ingredient: its people

Mexico City – The complex emerging metropolis of Mexico City gave rise to Laboratorio para la Ciudad, an experimental lab aimed at helping it future-proof itself.

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