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El Cardenal in México City by Carlos Pascal

Saturday, September 15th, 2012

Article source: Carlos Pascal

“El Cardenal Restaurant” is located in the ground floor of a modern building in the midst of of a trendy commercial area of Mexico City. The contemporary design of the premises is in direct relationship with the surroundings rather than with the traditional Mexican cuisine, allowing it to be the center of attention and leaving everything else functioning only as background.

Image Courtesy Juan Marcos Castañeda

  •   Architect: Carlos Pascal
  •   Project: El Cardenal
  •   Location: Av. de las Palmas, México City, Mexico
  •   Interior Design: Pascal Arquitectos , Carlos Pascal, Gerard Pascal
  •   Construction: Pascal Arquitectos
  •   Furniture: Pascal Arquitectos
  •   Project date: 2005-2006
  •   Area: 700 m2
  •   Photography by: Juan Marcos Castañeda
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Liverpool Villahermosa in Tabasco, Mexico City by Iñaki Echeverria

Saturday, September 1st, 2012

Article source: Iñaki Echeverria

Liverpool Altabrisa, located on Tabasco. The opening event was last Tuesday March 27th in which we were honored with the presence of Store Director, Max David, and State Governor Andrés Granier Melo. Located in a strategic area on the south end of the city, the shopping center Plaza Altabrisa is part of a new development pole for the city of Villahermosa. Our aim was to design a dynamic and modern facade that would provide a fresh image for Liverpool.

Image Courtesy Iñaki Echeverria

  • Architect: Iñaki Echeverria
  • Project: Liverpool Villahermosa
  • Location: Tabasco, Mexico City
  • Head of Planning: Martín Pérez Head of Construction: Jorge Ignacio Leautaud
  • Corporate Project Manager: Iliana Dávila
  • Construction Manager: César Guzmán
  • Project Leader: Paola Cárdenas / Mauricio Ruiz
  • Project Coordinator: José Luis Velasco
  • Construction Leader: Juan Alberto Maldonado
  • Construction Coordinator: Ricardo Guzmán
  • Architectural Design Team: Iñaki Echeverria / Iván Parra / Josué Lee / Osvaldo Estrada / Jonathan Hajar / Javier Marroquín / Roberto Fuerte / Guillermo López / Jorge Durán / Daniela González / Leonel Alcántara / Fredy E. Lamadrid / Rafael Brioso / Israel Meneses / Fernanda Téllez / Xochitl Zúñiga / Víctor García
  • Precast Concrete: ARQME / FAPRESA
  • Interior Façade Manufacturer: OASIS Workshop / CASALA
  • Store interior design: FRCH design worldwide
  • Software used: Rhino, and 3dS Max


Hostal La Buena Vida in Mexico City by ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

Article source: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea

La Condesa is a residential development that began on the early years of the XX century in Mexico City. Nowadays it is back on sight of locals and visitors because for its privileged location and the recent economic growth of the area. Taking these into account investors decided to place Hostal La Buena Vida (The Good Life Hostel) in this area and the perfect location was found on Mazatlán Street.

Hostal La Buena Vida


CICERON II in Polanco, Mexico City by Dellekamp Arquitectos

Friday, July 20th, 2012

Article source: Dellekamp Arquitectos

This three-apartment penthouse building on the corner of Calle Cicerón, located in Mexico City’s high-end residential hub of Polanco, resorts to a single structural strategy for all its achievements. Instead of investing in façade design, it bets on a structure of clear-cut spatial intention that maximizes window view while preserving privacy.


  • Architects: Dellekamp Arquitectos
  • Project: CICERON II
  • Location: Polanco, Mexico City
  • Program: Apartment building
  • Date: 2011
  • Status: in process
  • Architectural Project: Dellekamp Arquitectos|Derek Dellekamp
  • Project Leader: Jachen Schleich
  • Team:  Emiel Tijhuis, Julien Sabadelle, Daniel Carlson, Santiago Solana
  • Text: Yaoci Pardo


Evergreen La Florida in Mexico City by ROW Studio

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

Article source: ROW Studio

The project is located in a heavily wooded 86,111 sq. ft. (8000 sq. mts) plot in the Florida neighborhood in southern Mexico City. The brief required the construction of a luxury apartments complex and the headquarters for the foundation that finances the project.

Evergreen La Florida

  • Architects: ROW Studio – Álvaro Hernández Félix, Nadia Hernández Félix, Alfonso Maldonado Ochoa.
  • Project: Evergreen La Florida
  • Location: Mexico City
  • Use: Luxury Apartments Complex and Offices.
  • Client: Fundacion Acapulco
  • Architect of Record: INMOSUR SA de CV – Arch. Álvaro Hernández Cabada.
  • Contributors: Alejandro Maldonado, Ana Mancera, An­tonio Scheffler, Ildefonso Navarro, Gloria Maldonado, Patricia Suárez.
  • Project Date: August 2009


Espacio C Mixcoac in Mexico City, Mexico by ROW Studio

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

Article source: ROW Studio

The first training facility called Espacio C (C Space -C for the initials of Coca Cola, Training, Quality, Commitment and Creativity in Spanish-) is located at the Mixcoac Distribution Center on the southwestern area of Mexico City. It includes three separate rooms that can be joined together for common activities, a mediateque, snacks bar, souvenir store, data and electrical connections and storage space. The brief also required to include elements from the different brands of Coca Cola FEMSA and to reinforce the company’s values in the space.

Image Courtesy Juan Marcos Castañeda

  • Architects: ROW Studio
  • Project: Espacio C Mixcoac
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Use: Training Facility
  • Client: Coca Cola FEMSA – Brenda Grissel González Aguilar, Training Manager. Ramón Gorbea Chávez, Project Leader.
  • Architect of Record and General Contractor: INMO­SUR SA de CV – Arq. Álvaro Hernández Cabada.


ILÓ POLANCO in Mexico City by ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea

Saturday, May 19th, 2012

Article source: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea

Balance between the new image and the concept, in a modern and innovative design, are also the elements for the interior design project for the Polanco store ILÓ. The idea comes from the use of the hank of yarn as the design element of a cozy, classic and very elegant space. Being a retail store that sells home high end products the color palette selected was earth, to harmonize and enhance the quality and warmth of the products.

Image Courtesy Jaime Navarro

  • Architects: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea
  • Project: ILÓ POLANCO
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Year: 2010
  • Interior design: Arq. José Lew Kirsch, Arq. Bernardo Lew Kirsch
  • Associates: Arq. Oscar Sarabia, Arq. Jonathan Herrejón, Arq. Adrián de Lucio, Beatriz Canuto
  • Photography: Jaime Navarro


Nisha Bar-Lounge in Mexico City, Mexico by Pascal Arquitectos

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

Article source: Pascal Arquitectos

The project comes up from the intention of creating an entertainment space for adults of 30 years old and over. The place houses a lounge and a restaurant-bar area connected by a lobby. The lobby, predominantly in dark tones since it is covered with black metal plates and “terrazo” floor, is illuminated by psychedelic images displayed by eight plasma screens.


  • Architects: Pascal Arquitectos
  • Project: Nisha Bar-Lounge
  • Location: Av. de las Palmas y Periférico, México City
  • Construction: Pascal Arquitectos
  • Furniture:  Pascal Arquitectos
  • Project date: 2007-2008
  • Area: 885 m2
  • Photographer: Sófocles Hernández & Jaime Navarro
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Amsterdam Tower in Mexico City by JSª

Friday, February 17th, 2012

Article source: JSª

We started by joining six adjacent plots that had development potential, and designed an urban complex of mixed uses: public parking, shops, offices and housing. Our idea was adding new buildings to the existing ones and build housing projects facing the residential area of the Colonia Condesa, and commercial projects facing Insurgentes Avenue, one of Mexico City’s main avenues. This way, access to the apartments is always through the residential neighborhood while access to the other programs is through Insurgentes Avenue. We took into account the adjacent establishments, such as Centro Qi (a gym/spa) –which we also designed– and the bakery El Molino, and we projected a commercial space with parking that could operate integrally with these amenities.

Image Courtesy Romelia Hernández

  • Architects: JSª
  • Project: Amsterdam Tower
  • Location: Av. Insurgentes 301-303, Mexico City
  • Date of the project: In progress
  • Real Estate Development: Javier Sánchez, Santiago Sánchez, Alvaro Becker, Fernando Valdivia
  • Architectural Design: Javier Sánchez, Aisha Ballesteros, Juan Carral, Karen Cheirif, Diana Elizalde, Domingo Granados, Francisco Martínez, Tristán Ossola, Gustavo Rojas, Angélica Soberanes, Juan Manuel Soler, Irvine Torres, Juan Pablo Victal, Sofía Villareal, Alejandro Zarate


Filadelfia Corporate Suites in Mexico City by Bunker Arquitectura

Sunday, January 29th, 2012

Article source: Bunker Arquitectura

What happens when the concept of a project is reduced to a facade in the process of its development? Are purely aesthetic aims valid in architecture? Is façadism something worthwhile? Are we to become architectural dermatologists?

A client contacted us to design a hotel for corporate suites in Napoles, a residential neighborhood in Mexico City that has been rapidly converting to office use over the past few years. The plot was located across the street from the convention center of the World Trade Center, by far the busiest office building in the city. The suites were intended to accommodate businesspeople visiting the WTC and the year round expositions.

Image Courtesy Fabiola Menchelli

  • Architects: Bunker Arquitectura
  • Project: Filadelfia Corporate Suites
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Partners: Esteban Suarez (Founding Partner) and Sebastian Suarez (Partner)
  • Project Leader: Diana Arroyo
  • Project Team: Diana Arroyo, Ximena Muhlia, Ana Salcillo, Andrea Vazquezbracho, Jesús Romo Heredia, Jorge Núñez, Diego Jasso, Guillermo Bastián, Ana Hernández & Elizabeth Silíceo
  • Collaborators: Jorge Arteaga & Zaida Montañana
  • Structural Engineering: Juan Felipe Heredia
  • Software used: Autocad, 3d Studio Max, Adobe Creative Suite – Illustrator, Photoshop.


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