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Jaime García Terrés Personal Library in Mexico city, Mexico by arquitectura 911sc

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

Article source: arquitectura 911sc

The project is part of the City of Books a project by the Mexican Secretary of Culture to acquire the personal book collections of the most relevant Mexican writers and intellectuals of the 20th Century and commissioning architects the design of each personal library to be housed within La Ciudadela, an 18th Century building in the central part of Mexico City.

Image Courtesy © Jaime Navarro

  • Architects: arquitectura 911sc
  • Project: Jaime García Terrés Personal Library
  • Location: Mexico city, Mexico
  • Photography: Jaime Navarro, Moritz Bernoully
  • End of construction: November 2012
  • Design team: Ernesto Lomeli, Ricardo García Santender, Calíope Hernández, Carlos Ledezma, Tania Guerrero
  • Builder: Sackbe 
  • Structure: Izquierdo Ing. y Asociados
  • Client: CONACULTA
  • Built Area: 170 m2  
  • Software used: Autocad, 3dmax, photoshop, illustrator.

La Despensa Bosques in Mexico City, Mexico by BXH ARCHITECTURE

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

Article source: BXH ARCHITECTURE

Located on the west end of Mexico City, La DespensaBosques is a space designed under two fundamental concepts: “We are aware that a successful business thrives not only on sales, but also in offering a shopping experience worth repeating”, and also “at the same time offering products that aren’t available in big supermarket chains”.

Image Courtesy © Jair Navarrete

  • Architects: BXH ARCHITECTURE
  • Project: La Despensa Bosques
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Photography: Jair Navarrete
  • Area: 200 m2
  • Designteam: BXH Arquitectura, Daniel Vargas, Luis Enrique Guillén, José Vargas.
  • Graphic design: Jessika Amike/ Duo2
  • Lighting: Luz en Arquitectura
  • Carpentry: Cime
  • Structural engineering:Antonio Andulcin
  • Building and administration: BXH Arquitectura

Makura Teppan House in Mexico City by ROZILLIO ARQUITECTOS

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Article source: ROZILLIO ARQUITECTOS

When we called for this project we met a local who had previously been a seafood restaurant which had nothing to rescue, so we decided to demolish all that was on it to clean completely and leave a completely clean box and based to that from scratch and begin to identify the problems and provide solutions.

Image Courtesy © Lalo Ochoa

  • Architects: ROZILLIO ARQUITECTOS
  • Project: Makura Teppan House
  • Location: Mexico City
  • Photography: Lalo Ochoa
  • Contributors: David Hernandez, Gerardo Cortez, Felipe Rodriguez, Abraham Cohen.
  • Construction: Guillermo Castro, Carlos Miranda, Juan Ramos, Efren Ramirez, Ignacio Bernal, Francisco García.

La Favorita in Mexico City, Mexico by ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea

Saturday, August 17th, 2013

Article source: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea

In Mexico loncherías —snack bars— have a long history in the popular gastronomy and are usually a synonym for craving. With this tradition in mind, ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea developed the interior design for Lonchería La Favorita, a new proposal for snacks cookery that is located on Insurgentes avenue in Mexico City. Architects Bernardo and Jose Lew, directors of ARCO, defined with the owners a well balanced project to make the most of the 70 sq m area.

Image Courtesy © Jaime Navarro

  • Architects: Arquitectura Contemporánea
  • Project: La Favorita
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Photography: Jaime Navarro
  • Architectonic project and interior: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea,  Arq. José Lew Kirsch Arq. Bernardo Lew Kirsch
  • Contributors: Arq.  Oscar Sarabia,  Arq.  Jonathan Herrejón, Arq.  Guillermo Martinez, Arq. Federico Teista, Arq. Nahela Hinojosa, Arq. Emanuel Galvez
  • Construction and construction supervision: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea
  • Materials: Wood, pulp Mosaic, Concrete apparent, fachaleta, painting.
  • Branding: Ernesto Moncada
  • Renders: Arq. Jonathan Herrejón
  • Built area: 70 m2
  • Year: 2012

Map Cafe in Mexico City, Mexico by Goko

Sunday, July 21st, 2013

Article source: Goko

No more than simple and useful architecture
We are a versatile team dedicated to create new architectural solutions where luxury is defined by simplicity. Each one of our projects is completed with its economic, social and natural context taken into consideration; this assures us that the end result will be functional and unique.We create spaces for promoting future life essentials. We value both organization and creativity.

Image Courtesy © GoKo

  • Architects: Goko
  • Project:Map Cafe
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico

41.26 in Mexico City, Mexico by Goko

Friday, July 19th, 2013

Article source: Goko

In one of the main entrances to Mexico City we found a dilapidated building that needed a new life. Located in an area of traffic chaos and visual saturation, the intervention had to be simple, honest and discreet to stand out in that environment.

Image Courtesy © Aki Itami R.

  • Architects: Goko
  • Project: 41.26
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Photography: Aki Itami R.
  • Project Manager: Isaac Guzmán R.
  • Construction Manager: Carlos Ascensión L.
  • Facade:  Arte Urbano / Hunter Douglas
  • Landscape Design: Cénica / Florever
  • Textile Design: Isabel Maldonado
  • Year: 2012
  • Area: 1560 m2

Soumaya Museum in Mexico City, Mexico by FR-EE – Fernando Romero Enterprise

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

Article source: FR-EE – Fernando Romero Enterprise

Museum buildings tend to be conceived either for maximum functionality – acting as neutral containers for art – or as iconic structures that represent a city at a particular historic moment. The Museo Soumaya was designed as both: a sculptural building that is unique and contemporary, yet one able to house a collection of international paintings, sculptures, and decorative objects dating from the fourteenth century to the present.

Image Courtesy © Adam Weisman 

  • Architects: FR-EE – Fernando Romero Enterprise
  • Project: Soumaya Museum
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Photography: Adam Weisman, Raul Soria
  • Program: Cultural
  • Year: 2005 – 2011
  • Client: Fundación Carlos Slim
  • Area: 16,000 m² / 172,223 ft²
  • Status: Built

MADU in Mexico City, Mexico by FREE – Fernando Romero EnterprisE

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Article source: FREE

MADU is a small museum for a collection of Art, Design and Urbanism. Like it’s content the building becomes an object by itself. Based on a deformed sphere, the shape is autonomous and will co-exist harmoniously with it’s surroundings. The content of the exhibition are in it’s majority small objects and require small rooms in specific groups. In order to have an integrated solution for program structure and circulation, a single wavy slab is disposed in an helicoidal way so it becomes stable without the need for columns or beams and allowing a diversity in circulation that makes a free fluid experience to it’s visitors.

Image courtesy FREE – Fernando Romero EnterprisE 

  • Architects: FREE – Fernando Romero EnterprisE
  • Project: MADU
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico

Consultorio de Nutrición in Mexico City, Mexico by Archinature Workshop

Saturday, May 25th, 2013

Article source: Archinature Workshop

This project was made as an addition for the house of a Nutritionist. She has already more than 8.98m2 space that will be expanded to 23m2. With an architectural program consisting of Consulting Room, Sitting Room and Bathroom the project tries to take advantage of every last square centimeter the area has.

Image courtesy Archinature Workshop 

  • Architects: Archinature Workshop
  • Project: Consultorio de Nutrición
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Software used: Archicad, Artlantis

Casa CorMAnca in Mexico City, Mexico by PAUL CREMOUX studio

Friday, May 24th, 2013

Article source: PAUL CREMOUX studio

2012-2013. On a 12 meters by 13 meters (39ft by 42ft) plot of land, a monolithic volume is transformed in order to attain luminous indoor spaces. Slade stone at the exterior facades is contrasted with the soft beech like wood finish, achieving great definition and space discovery.

Image Courtesy © Héctor Armando Herrera 

  • Architects: PAUL CREMOUX studio
  • Project: Casa CorMAnca
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Photography: Héctor Armanado Herrera and PCW.
  • Project Team: Anna Giribets Martin
  • Structural Engineering: Arch. Ricardo Camacho, Equipment Engineering, Sustainability Consultant
  • Vertical garden: Ing. José Antonio LinoMina, DIA
  • General Contractor: Fermín Espinosa, Alfredo Galván, Factor Eficiencia
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