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Portico Palmeto in Mérida, Mexico by TACO taller de arquitectura contextual

Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

Article source: TACO taller de arquitectura contextual

Portico Palmeto is a multifunctional building that arises within what was the Palmetum (collection of palm trees) of iconic “Vivero Cholul”, a green lung of 2.5 hectares extension and several years old, located in Cholul´s heart; a Mayan-colonial origin community belonging to the municipality of Merida, southeast of Mexico.

Image Courtesy © Leo Espinosa

  • Architects: TACO taller de arquitectura contextual
  • Project: Portico Palmeto
  • Location: Mérida, Mexico
  • Photography: Leo Espinosa | Carlos Patrón
  • Project Team: Carlos Patrón Ibarra, Alejandro Patrón Sansor, Ana Patrón Ibarra, Estefanía Rivero Janssen.
  • Site Area: 475.00 sqm
  • Constructed Area: 135.00 sqm
  • Completion Date: January 2018


Tlalpan 590 Building in Mexico by DEA | TALLER DE DISEÑO EXTERIOR Y ARQUITECTURA + KOZ architectes

Thursday, July 5th, 2018


Transcontinental Design

TLALPAN 590 is the result of an interesting collaboration between two young architecture offices in distinct latitudes – México and France – working hand in hand with the audacity and energy of an up-and-coming developer investing in architecture to better the city.

Image Courtesy © Arquitectura Vista | Onnis Luqu

  • Project: Tlalpan 590 Building
  • Location: Calzada de Tlalpan 590, Colonia Moderna, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Photography: Arquitectura Vista | Onnis Luqu
  • Architects in Charge: Christophe Ouhayoun, Nicolas Ziesel, René Caro, Jesús López.
  • Contributors: Gabrielle Trejo, Amélie Marchiset, Alejandro León, Thibaut Bertet Andrea Cano, Quentin Fauvre, Daniel Benítez
  • Area: 6,677 m2
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Years of Construction: 2015 – 2017


Irekua Anatani House in Valle de Bravo, Mexico by BROISSIN

Thursday, July 5th, 2018

Article source: BROISSIN 

The name “Avandaro” comes from a Purépecha word (a native language) that means “place of the orchard” or “place in the clouds”. It was a territory originally inhabited by the tarasco indigenous people; who gave it this name, from whose language this house takes its alias, “Irekua”: Family house, and “Anatani”: to be under a tree: Irekua Anatani = Family house under the trees. Inspired by the land, which lies covered by showy trees, principally by oyamel trees, pine trees and encino trees, from the very first visit to the property we thought that the house had to enjoy the splendor of living under this density and be intrinsically a part of it by safeguarding most of the trees and the existing forest. This gave meaning to the architectural concept that took as a foundation platform a tranquil and partly open space in the middle of the mountain. The program was adapted to that topography, adjusting each space according to its use and function within the community of the whole house.

Kitchen Terrace exterior view, Image Courtesy © Alexandre-d-La-Roche

  • Architects: BROISSIN
  • Project: Irekua Anatani House
  • Location: Valle de Bravo, Mexico
  • Photography: Alexandre d’ La Roche


VRV40 House in Guadalajara, Mexico by E ERRE Estudio de arquitectura

Sunday, June 24th, 2018

Article source: E ERRE Estudio de arquitectura

Developed from a typical residential area in the city of Guadalajara, starts from a commission to create a commercial exercise, being able to obtain certain capacity to distinguish from the other residences around.

Image Courtesy © Marcos García

  • Architects: E ERRE Estudio de arquitectura
  • Project: VRV40 House
  • Location: Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
  • Photography: Marcos García
  • Construction: WARU
  • Project Area: 348 m2
  • Year: 2015


Nave Industrial RX (Xray Factory) in Morelia, Mexico by EMILIO ALVAREZ ABOUCHARD ARQUITECTURA

Wednesday, June 20th, 2018


The NaveIndustrialRX (RXFactory) project started with the operation of a radioactive source for the steel industry. Safety was the main concern of the client, not only because of the radioactive source but because of the building itself. The first and most important outline in design was choosing concrete as the main construction material. The whole building was modulated according to the metallic panels used to cast the concrete: factory’s floors and walls are constructed in multiples of 60cm leaving it exposed, which helped us to arrange the constructive and compositional elements of architecture.

Image Courtesy © Camila Cossio

  • Project: Nave Industrial RX (Xray Factory)
  • Location: Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico
  • Photography: Camila Cossio
  • Collaborators: Rodrigo Delgado, Estela Casillas
  • Area: 1860 m2
  • Completion: 2018


House in Ahuehuetes Sur, Mexico by Taller David Dana

Friday, June 15th, 2018

Article source: Taller David Dana

This project is divided into six platforms that invite nature to be an essential part of the interior spaces at all times. Based on the needs that were defined by the users and the constrains of the terrain, it was agreed to project all private areas in the highest floors and the common areas in the lower floors.

Image Courtesy © Taller David Dana

  • Architects: Taller David Dana
  • Project: House in Ahuehuetes Sur
  • Location: Ahuehuetes Sur, Mexico City, Mexico


MX housing in Veracruz, Mexico by Morales architects

Tuesday, June 12th, 2018

Article source: Morales architects

The housing MX emerges the multifaceted necessity of the users who look for a prototype of housing of sale different to the commercial thing through a mortgage.

The project is based on an analysis and a study of the local neighborhood market. Morales architects designs a prototype with a risky proposal to the existing criteria and customs, minimizing the commercial without suspending certain traditional factors, since this plays an important role in the risk-time-cost of sale with a limited and controlled budget based on experimental criteria.

Image Courtesy © Morales architects


U-125 in Mexico City, Mexico by ARCHETONIC

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

Article source: v2com 

As architects, ARCHETONIC are inspired to make the most of the pre-existing infrastructure of Mexico city. This led them to design U125, which recycles a house located in Lomas de Chapultepec and was originally built in the ’50s.

Image Courtesy © Yoshihiro Koitani

  • Architects: ARCHETONIC
  • Project: U-125
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Photography: Yoshihiro Koitani, Rafael Gamo
  • Client: ARCHETONIC
  • Design Team: Ernesto Rossell Zanotelli, Jessica Steiner Durán, Désirée Gómez Córdova.
  • Main Contractor: ARCHETONIC
  • Consultants: Montes de Oca Ingenieros Consultores
  • Completion year: 2016


Pondera in Mexico City, Mexico by DIN interiorismo

Thursday, May 31st, 2018

Article source: DIN interiorismo

DIN interiorismo´s submission for this office project focused on a design with the adequate range of movement and private spaces at the same time. The challenge to address was developing a dynamic area that allowed the users to work with plenty of space in a semi open area of 111 sq m.

Image Courtesy © DIN interiorismo


Rehabilitation of Parque Hidalgo in León, Mexico by taller5 Arquitectos

Sunday, May 27th, 2018

Article source: taller5 Arquitectos

Public space is that territory of the city where multiple activities are generated so that different social groups can have a symbolic identification and thus promote the appropriation of space, since it is this dynamic that gives a true form of social integration, leaving aside the socioeconomic condition, idiosyncrasy, etc., and establishes us as equals.


  • Architects: taller5 Arquitectos
  • Project: Rehabilitation of Parque Hidalgo
  • Location: León, Mexico
  • Photography: Arq. Oscar Hernández
  • Architects in charge: Arch. Elisa Lerma García de Quevedo, Arq. Octavio Arreola Calleros.
  • Other Participants / Collaborators: Arq. Julio Rivera Pedroza, Arq. Juan Manuel Vallejo, Arq. Maja Czesnik. Arq. Michelle Ocádiz, Arq. Alexandra Mazatán.
  • Landscape Architecture And urban Articulation: 501 Architects, Arq. Carlos María Flores, Arq. Luis Miguel Durán.
  • Building: Construction GRK
  • Illumination: Ing. Juan Ignacio rodríguez.
  • Structural Calculation: Ing. Gabriel Vergil Pantoja.


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