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Roel House / Felipe Assadi + Francisca Pulido + Isaac Broid

11:00 - 21 March, 2017
Roel House / Felipe Assadi + Francisca Pulido + Isaac Broid , © Cristobal Palma / Estudio Palma
© Cristobal Palma / Estudio Palma

© Cristobal Palma / Estudio Palma © Cristobal Palma / Estudio Palma © Cristobal Palma / Estudio Palma © Cristobal Palma / Estudio Palma +21

Portales Dwelling / Fernanda Canales

13:00 - 19 March, 2017
Portales Dwelling / Fernanda Canales, ©  Rafael Gamo
© Rafael Gamo

©  Rafael Gamo ©  Rafael Gamo ©  Rafael Gamo Portales Dwelling / Fernanda Canales +17

  • Architects

  • Location

    Vistahermosa 115, Portales Nte, Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico
  • Area

    1200.0 m2
  • Year Project

    2015
  • Photography

    Rafael Gamo

One Bucket at a Time / Factor Eficiencia + 5468796 Architecture

15:00 - 16 March, 2017
One Bucket at a Time / Factor Eficiencia + 5468796 Architecture, © Jaime Navarro
© Jaime Navarro

© Jaime Navarro © Jaime Navarro © Jaime Navarro © Jaime Navarro +26

  • Architects

  • Location

    Central Alameda Park, Av. Hidalgo s/n, Cuauhtémoc, Centro, 06010 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
  • Architects in charge

    Pablo Batista, Sasa Radulovic, Johanna Hurme, y Gerardo Salinas
  • Structural Engineer

    Studio NYL Structural Engineers
  • Constructor

    Factor Eficiencia
  • Area

    100.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2017
  • Photographs

Lacustrine Pavilion / TAP (Taller de Arquitectura Pública)

17:00 - 15 March, 2017
Lacustrine Pavilion / TAP (Taller de Arquitectura Pública), © Enrique Marquez Abella
© Enrique Marquez Abella

© Enrique Marquez Abella © Enrique Marquez Abella © Enrique Marquez Abella © Enrique Marquez Abella +24

  • Architects

  • Location

    Av. Hidalgo, Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
  • Design

    Francisco Eduardo Franco
  • Collaborators

    Arat Guillen, Ingrid González, Marbet Salazar, Abraham Guillermo Fonseca.
  • Landscape

    ALMUDENA | Rebeca Franco y Roma Verde
  • Area

    140.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2017
  • Photography

    Enrique Marquez Abella, Cortesía de TAP

Richard Rogers Fellowship 2017 - Winners Announced

08:00 - 22 February, 2017
Richard Rogers Fellowship 2017 - Winners Announced, Fellows will be based at the Grade II listed Wimbledon House designed by Richard Rogers. Image Courtesy of Harvard Graduate School of Design
Fellows will be based at the Grade II listed Wimbledon House designed by Richard Rogers. Image Courtesy of Harvard Graduate School of Design

The Harvard University Graduate School of Design in Massachusetts has announced the winners of the Richard Rogers Fellowship 2017. Launched in October 2016, the Fellowship seeks to act as an international platform assembling experts and practitioners from a broad range of disciplines, using the built environment to positively impact on the quality of human life. The six inaugural Fellows, selected from 200 applicants worldwide, will undertake three months of research at the Wimbledon House, a Grade II listed residence in London gifted to the School by world-renowned British architect Richard Rogers.

Changing Climate, Changing Cities: The New York Times Launches Series on the Urban Effects of Climate Change

14:10 - 17 February, 2017
Changing Climate, Changing Cities: The New York Times Launches Series on the Urban Effects of Climate Change, Mexico City is home to more than 20 million people. Image © Flickr user kc_aplosweb. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0
Mexico City is home to more than 20 million people. Image © Flickr user kc_aplosweb. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

Contrary to some beliefs, climate change is not simply some unidentifiable threat perpetually on the horizon, but a phenomenon that has already had real impact on real world places. To illustrate the effects of our changing environment, the New York Times has launched a new multi-media series called “Changing Climate, Changing Cities,” written by architecture critic Michael Kimmelman, that aims to expose how climate change is “challenging the world’s urban centers.

The first installment takes a look Mexico City, where environmental issues that have already wreaked havoc for centuries, such as water shortage and ground subsidence, are beginning to see their effects multiplied by the city’s changing climate. The piece explains the root of these problems, and their effect of an already fragile infrastructure and social fabric.

Essay 4 Spatial Prosthesis / MANADA Architectural Boundaries

09:00 - 22 January, 2017
Essay 4 Spatial Prosthesis  / MANADA Architectural Boundaries, © Jaime Navarro
© Jaime Navarro

© Jaime Navarro © Jaime Navarro © Jaime Navarro © Jaime Navarro +22

Córdoba-Flat / Cadaval & Solà-Morales

20:00 - 15 January, 2017
Córdoba-Flat / Cadaval & Solà-Morales, © Imagen Subliminal
© Imagen Subliminal

© Imagen Subliminal © Imagen Subliminal © Imagen Subliminal © Imagen Subliminal +31

  • Architects

  • Location

    Calle Córdoba, Roma Nte., Ciudad de México, CDMX, México
  • Architects in Charge

    Eduardo Cadaval & Clara Solà-Morales
  • Area

    90.0 m2
  • Year Project

    2015
  • Photographs

AS Building / Ambrosi I Etchegaray

13:00 - 7 December, 2016
© Rafael Gamo
© Rafael Gamo

© Rory Gardiner © Rory Gardiner © Rory Gardiner © Rory Gardiner +14

P35 / CUA

13:00 - 26 November, 2016
P35 / CUA, © Mauricio Salas
© Mauricio Salas

© Mauricio Salas © Mauricio Salas © Mauricio Salas © Mauricio Salas +40

  • Architects

  • Location

    Calle de la Prosperidad 35, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Arquitectos a Cargo

    Diana Harari, Marcos Cohen, Ygal Maya, Yair Wolff
  • Area

    1587.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

The Black Cabin / Revolution Architects

17:00 - 17 November, 2016
The Black Cabin / Revolution Architects, © Black Rabbit
© Black Rabbit

© Black Rabbit © Black Rabbit © Black Rabbit © Black Rabbit +36

  • Architects

  • Location

    Mexico City, Mexico
  • Architect in Charge

    Andres Bustamante Arrieta
  • Design Team

    Andres Bustamante Arrieta, Carlos Garzon
  • Area

    106.71 m2
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

Call for Submissions: MEXTRÓPOLI 2017 Pavilion in Mexico

14:48 - 9 November, 2016
Call for Submissions: MEXTRÓPOLI 2017 Pavilion in Mexico, Courtesy of Arquine
Courtesy of Arquine

The MEXTRÓPOLI Pavilion will become a public space that is activated to promote reflection of key issues for the city, a pavilion with social vocation, which is recyclable and reusable, contemplating relocation and achieve incorporated as a recreational device, information carrier and knowledge to a space currently demands the city. Participants must design a structure that complies with the requirements that specify the rules of this competition in terms of time, cost and characteristics; considered as a fundamental part to evaluate the proposal on thematic approach should be discussions within the structure will be carried out, this way the MEXTRÓPOLI Pavilion will become a traveling purposeful device that every year open global space competition from generating ideas that revolve around the development process of architecture and the city, which in turn will become the benchmark per se of each edition of the Festival of Architecture and City.

Casa Xomali / dmp arquitectura

11:00 - 1 November, 2016
Casa Xomali / dmp arquitectura , © Onnis Luque
© Onnis Luque

© Onnis Luque © Onnis Luque © Onnis Luque © Onnis Luque +37

  • Architects

  • Location

    Huipulco, Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
  • Architects in Charge

    Carlos Díaz Delgado, Carlos Díaz San Pedro
  • Area

    88.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

CASA O' / Despacho Arquitectos HV

13:00 - 30 October, 2016
CASA O' / Despacho Arquitectos HV, © Paul Czitrom
© Paul Czitrom

© Paul Czitrom © Paul Czitrom © Paul Czitrom © Paul Czitrom +22

Caúcaso House / JJRR/ARQUITECTURA

11:00 - 20 October, 2016
Caúcaso House / JJRR/ARQUITECTURA, © Nasser Malek
© Nasser Malek

© Nasser Malek © Nasser Malek © Nasser Malek © Nasser Malek +18

  • Architects

  • Location

    Monte Cáucaso, Lomas de Chapultepec V Secc, 11000 Ciudad de México, D.F., México
  • Project Architect

    José Juan Rivera Río
  • Interior Design

    José Juan Rivera Río
  • Project Area

    750.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

Design Week Mexico and Museo Tamayo Launch Museum of Immortality Pavilion

16:00 - 15 October, 2016
Design Week Mexico and Museo Tamayo Launch Museum of Immortality Pavilion, Courtesy of Design Week Mexico
Courtesy of Design Week Mexico

Now in its eighth edition, Design Week Mexico, in collaboration with Museo Tamayo, has unveiled the design for a major public architectural pavilion designed by leading German architects Nikolaus Hirsch and Michel Müller. Until Spring 2017, the installation will be a cultural attraction at Chapultepec Park, Mexico City’s largest public park. 

Courtesy of Design Week Mexico Courtesy of Design Week Mexico Courtesy of Design Week Mexico Courtesy of Design Week Mexico +18

CENTRO / TEN Arquitectos

11:00 - 6 October, 2016
CENTRO / TEN Arquitectos, © Luis Gordoa
© Luis Gordoa

© Luis Gordoa © Luis Gordoa © Luis Gordoa © Luis Gordoa +56

  • Architects

  • Location

    Av Constituyentes 455, América, 11820 Ciudad de México, D.F., México
  • Architect in Charge

    Enrique Norten
  • Area

    7315.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

In Residence: Inside Casa Gilardi, Luis Barragán's Final House Design

12:30 - 3 October, 2016

I want you to let me do all the ideas I still have in my head.

In the latest installment of the In Residence series, NOWNESS visits the last house designed by legendary Mexican architect Luis Barragán, Casa Gilardi. By the time current homeowner Martin Luque and advertising agency partner Pancho Gilardi approached Barragán to ask for a house design in 1975, the architect had already formally retired. He originally declined to take on the project – until he made a visit the site, where he was captivated by a remarkably beautiful jacaranda tree. Changing his mind, Barragán remarked, “Don’t chop down this tree, because the house will be built around it.”

Check out the video to learn the rest of the story behind the masterwork and to see the vibrant house as it stands today.