Article source: AT 103 Arquitectura
English writer Thomas Quincy talked in his classic (Confessions of an English opium-eater) of the pleasure that, after making sure all possible victims and risk were absent, a burning building can provide, one century after, Austrian pyromaniacs of Coop-himelblau used fire as a material in their firsts architectural interventions and Swiss French Bernard Tschumi theorized, radical, an architecture that produced a pyrotechnical pleasure so useful, he stated, as lighting matches.
- Architects: AT 103 – Julio Amezcua, Francisco Pardo
- Project: Ave Fenix Fire Station
- Location: Colonia Juarez, Mexico City, Mexico
- Team: Tiberio Wallentin, Jorge Vázquez, Margarita Flores, Daniel Ramírez
- Collaborators: GLM;
- Contractor: Sare, Hermeregildo Acoltzin.
- Project Date: 2004
- Construction Date: 2007
- M2: 4,500
- Cost by m2: 900.00 dlls
- Photographer: Fito Pardo
- Software used: AutoCAD and Adobe CS