The brise soleil is an architectural element that has been used since ancient times to create subtle barriers between the interior and the exterior. Its use and design have been diversified over the years through the research and technology with which these elements are applied, creating the ability to build a small window to a complete facade and pavilion that seem to float.
We know that Mexico is a country with one of the most diverse climates, thus the use of a brise soleil is positioned stronger within the guild. Also, rural areas have long adapted the feature in Mexico, demonstrating its beauty and usefulness. Read on for our collection of 21 brise soleil features in Mexican projects to inspire you with its diverse applications.
Cite: Arellano, Mónica. "21 Examples of Brise Soleils in Mexico and Its Diverse Applications" [21 ejemplos de celosías en México y sus diferentes aplicaciones] 02 Jul 2018. ArchDaily. (Trans. Montano, Zoë) Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/897428/21-examples-of-brise-soleils-in-mexico-and-its-diverse-applications> ISSN 0719-8884