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in honor of spring, FYJA polanco en flores once again delighted flower festival visitors in mexico city. bees, butterflies and family-coexistence were celebrated this year from april 4 – april 7. one installation in particular, NÚCLEO, drew festival goers and pollinators into its radiating hallways of flora and spat them out into to a tiny brick […] The post radiating bricks, species,
Earthen concrete walls, planted patios and pools feature in this house in Mexican state Hidalgo, which was designed by Mexican City firm Centro de Colaboración Arquitectónica. Read more
the student project in mexico, ‘bending bridges’, develops an innovative lightweight construction method out of plywood. The post ‘bending bridges’ shapes plywood into double curvature pedestrian bridge in mexico appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
marc thorpe's sharp house maintains material and geometric integrity within the architecture and makes use of these elements to reflect the program. The post marc thorpe designs minimalist concrete ‘sharp house’ amid the new mexico desert appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Dynamic Mexican architecture features on our Pinterest board, including the worn concrete of UNAM's modernist campus and a home designed by Frida Escobedo, which is inspired by a camera obscura. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›
moz portrays the action of inhabitants who have adapted their homes without a construction plan or concern for safety standards. The post ‘non-social interest’ by zaickz moz focuses on the un-planned construction of mexico appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Furniture by Frida Escobedo and designer Hector Esrawe are among the designs decorating a "magnificent" 1970s house in Mexico City, for the inaugural exhibit from Masa gallery. Read more
Frida Escobedo, Michel Rojkind and Tatiana Bilbao are among the Mexico City-based architects who have opened their studios to photographer Marc Goodwin for his latest set of images. Read more
Architecture studio Taller Paralelo has overhauled an abandoned building in Mexico City to create this residence, which is arranged around a courtyard with a reflective pool. Read more
Mexico City is the capital of Mexico, the most populous city found in North America, and one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world. Aerial photographer and videographer Tarsicio Sañudo flew his drone above the area inhabited by over 21 million people and created this gorgeous 4-minute drone hyperlapse video titled “Hyperia: Mexico City the Hypercity.”Sañudo shot thousands of


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