The Mikve is the ritual bath of purification in the Jewish religion. It is possible diving in fresh spring water, or in a place specially dedicated to it, fed by rainwater that must be collected, stored and communicated to the vessel that is called a Mikve. All this must be made under a very strict set of rules related to the degree of purity of water. These rules also include the use of materials, architectural measures and water treatment.
- Architects: Pascal Arquitectos
- Projects: Mikve Rajel
- Location: Lomas de Tecamachalco, Cuidad de México, México
- Interior Design: Pascal Arquitectos, Carlos Pascal and Gerard Pascal
- Construction: Rafael Salame
- Furniture: Pascal Arquitectos
- Photo credits: Víctor Benítez