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Balmori Rooftop Bar in Zacatecas, Mexico by Taller David Dana Arquitectura

Saturday, May 9th, 2015

Article source: Taller David Dana Arquitectura

The creative process for this Project experienced multiple design facets in many different levels.The evolution from Schematic Design to Construction Documents was built based on a deductive process of clever decision making. Balmori Rooftop Bar is a project that was born from the necessity of public open space in Roma Norte. The site has unique potentials; it is one of the few rooftop bars in the city & the only one with 300 square meters. Balmori was design with the objective of creating an innovative youthful space which would offer an opportunity for disconnection from the Urban Mass. In the era of technology & globalization, these particles of cities become the lungs of the metropolis. Our design overlaps landscape, graphic design, furniture design and architecture.

Image Courtesy © Taller David Dana Arquitectura

Image Courtesy © Taller David Dana Arquitectura

  • Architects: Taller David Dana Arquitectura
  • Project: Balmori Rooftop Bar
  • Location: Zacatecas, Colonia Roma Norte, 06700, Mexico DF
  • Client:Franco Akerman
  • Status:Built
  • Area:328 sqm
  • Year: 2014

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Dickies Showroom in Parras de la Fuente, Mexico by TAAV Arquitectos

Thursday, May 7th, 2015

Article source: TAAV Arquitectos

The building is located within a manufacturing plant, in that context; it situates a testing laboratory and an exhibition space.

The design seeks to establish an emphasis between the new construction and the existing facilities. The result is a solid and sleek object that distinguishes from its spatial context by the use of a dynamic geometry.

Image Courtesy © Studio KM

Image Courtesy © Studio KM

  • Architects: TAAV Arquitectos
  • Project: Dickies Showroom
  • Location: Parras de la Fuente, Mexico
  • Photography: Studio KM
  • Software used: AutoCAD, SketchUp, Arlantis, Photoshop and Illustrator
  • Design Team: Aldo Villarreal, Mario Flores, Antonio Flores, Alfredo Lopez, Julio Ramirez
  • Construction: Constructora CONCRETA
  • Area: 110 square meters
  • Project Year: 2014

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Casa Xixim in Tulum, Mexico by Specht Harpman

Wednesday, May 6th, 2015

Article source: Specht Harpman

This residence, on a narrow lot fronting a protected bay in Tulum, Mexico, was designed to be fully self-sufficient, and to immerse the occupants in the range of environments that the site offers.

Image Courtesy © Specht Harpman

Image Courtesy © Specht Harpman

  • Architects: Specht Harpman
  • Project: Casa Xixim
  • Location: Tulum, Mexico
  • Software used: Sketchup

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DIGFABMTY 1.0 in Monterrey, Mexico by Arquidromo

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

Article source: Arquidromo

A group of 11 undergrad students from Tecnologico De Monterrey Campus Monterrey have constructed a Parametric Pavilion as a final exercise for the semester in the class “Tecnologias Avanzadas en la Arquitectura”

Image Courtesy © Alejandro Rodriguez

Image Courtesy © Alejandro Rodriguez

  • Architects: Arquidromo
  • Project: DIGFABMTY 1.0
  • Location: Monterrey, Mexico
  • Photography: Alejandro Rodriguez
  • Software: Rhinoceros + Grasshopper
  • Design: Andrés Martinez
  • Team: Paulina Rangel, Francisco Ruiz, Omar Nava, Maru Padilla, Cesar Delgado, Andrés Martinez, Esteban Huacuja, Javier Jasso, Cristina Gonzalez, Lucia Coronel, Alberto Frias.
  • School: Tec de Monterrey Campus Monterrey
  • Area: 21 square meters
  • Date: December 2014

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Cordoba-ReUrbano Housing Building in Mexico City, Mexico by Cadaval & Solà-Morales

Thursday, April 16th, 2015

Article source: Cadaval & Solà-Morales

The building is located in the Colonia Roma, a historic neighbourhood in the central sector of Mexico City. La Roma developed in the 19th century as one of the first extensions of the city centre, with an orthogonal grid of large houses inhabited by the upper classes of the city. With the emergence of suburban life in the 50s, la Roma decreased its population throughout the second half of the 20th century, getting to its worst with earthquake of 1985. Due to the location of la Roma in what once was Lake Texcoco, the subsoil is highly muddy, so seismic waves are amplified; thus, during the strong earthquake of 85, la Roma was one of the more affected areas of the city: many buildings collapsed, and many of those which resisted were abandoned by its inhabitants because of their structural damage or because of the fear that the buildings would not resist another earthquake. The neighbourhood became deeply deteriorated, with high levels of insecurity and abandoned buildings, until its recent re-emergence as one of the most active areas of the city, filled with art galleries, small restaurants, cafés and young people occupying again its streets and public areas.

Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzmán

Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzmán

  • Architects: Cadaval & Solà-Morales
  • Project: Cordoba-ReUrbano Housing Building
  • Location: Roma District, Mexico City. Mexico
  • Photography: Miguel de Guzmán
  • Collaborators: Olivier Arditi, Catherine Nguyen
  • Structural Engineering: Ricardo Camacho
  • Área: 2200sqm

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Casa Lunamar in Nayarit, México by José Vigil Arquitectos

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

Article source: José Vigil Arquitectos

The project of this house was developed in two volumes connected by a large open courtyard that takes advantage of the presence of a magnificent tree. The field is elongated with south view so the program distributed the family volume in 3 bedrooms at one end and the guests volume in the other.

Image Courtesy © José Vigil Arquitectos

Image Courtesy © José Vigil Arquitectos

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Antara I Corporate Building in Mexico City, Mexico by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos

Saturday, April 11th, 2015

Article source: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos 

The urban renewal triggered by the first phase of the Antara mixed-use development (2006) was one of the single most significant actions in the north-west of Mexico City. It elicited a new urban order that completely changed the profile of the area, increasing the real estate value, promoting densification and attracting capital investment. Maintaining this same outlook, Antara proceeded to develop the second phase of its master plan, divided into two stages: (1) Antara Corporate Building I and (2) Antara Corporate Building II. These adjacent buildings are located on the north-western side of the complex.

Image Courtesy © Paul Rivera

Image Courtesy © Paul Rivera

  • Architects: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos 
  • Project: Antara I Corporate Building
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Photography: Paul Rivera
  • President: Javier Sordo Madaleno Bringas
  • Architecture Leader: Javier Sordo Madaleno de Haro
  • Project Leader: Jorge Isaías Guerrero
  • Construction Area:
    • Fase 2.1: 85,780 m2,
    • Fase 2.2: 72,000 m2

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Casa Narigua in El Jonuco, Mexico by P+0 architecture

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

Article source: P+0 architecture

We find Narigua House in “El Jonuco” a beautiful place where we enjoy from 360º of spectacular views. This mountain-enclosed neighborhood reminds us of numerous mexican towns where tall mountains limit the valley where its inhabitants settle.

Here, its residents live alongside with the typical vegetation and wildlife found in northern México.

Image Courtesy © P+0 architecture

Image Courtesy © P+0 architecture

  • Architects: P+0 architecture (David Pedroza Castañeda)
  • Project: Casa Narigua
  • Location: El Jonuco, Mexico
  • Project: May 2011- September 2013
  • Area: 7875 sqm
  • Construction: Paralelo. Arturo Barbosa, Hyaell Briones, Beatriz Chavez.
  • Structural Engineering: Emilio Gonzalez Saucedo
  • Construction supervision phase 1: Punto 3. Jesus González, Diego Gonzalez.
  • Collaborators interior design: Adriana Guisa, Oswaldo Salazar (more…)

MIKVEH “Ramat Shalom” in México City, Mexico by Pascal Arquitectos

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

Article source: Pascal Arquitectos

This is the Jewish ritual purification bath.  It can be only performed in fresh spring water, or in a specially dedicated place fed by rain water which has to be collected, stored and communicated to the bath recipient which is called the Mikveh.  All of this, has to be done following a series of very strict rules regarding the status of purity of the water.  These rules include also the use of the materials, architectural measures and water treatment.

Image Courtesy © Víctor Benítez

Image Courtesy © Víctor Benítez

  • Architects: Pascal Arquitectos , Carlos Pascal, Gerard Pascal
  • Project: MIKVEH “Ramat Shalom”
  • Location: Lomas de Tecamachalco, México City, Mexico
  • Photography: Víctor Benítez
  • Software used: AutoCAD
  • Award Winner: IIDA Interior Design Magazine , Chicago, USA.

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El Domo de Tampiquito in Monterrey, Mexico by Arquidromo

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

Article source: Arquidromo

The program of this rental property is conformed by offices on its first two levels and a residential loft on its upper floor. This programmatic and commercial concept was formulated with an end-user in mind: a young and single entrepreneur.  A young entrepreneur who doesn’t count with the economic resources to acquire a house yet and also needs an office workspace for his start-up business.

Image Courtesy © Arquidromo

Image Courtesy © Arquidromo

  • Architects: Arquidromo
  • Project: El Domo de Tampiquito
  • Location: Monterrey, Mexico

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