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Milton House / Estudio Atemporal

14:00 - 10 May, 2019
Milton House / Estudio Atemporal, © Luis Gallardo LGM Studio
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Architecture and Sea: Outstanding Projects on the Beaches of Mexico

04:00 - 20 April, 2019

One of the most important factors when designing is the specific climate of the site, this can represent a difficulty when dealing with extreme climates and it is necessary to use insulating materials that adapt to changing conditions. However, when talking about Mexico and its privileged climate, this becomes an advantage for architects, allowing the creation of microclimates and spaces that fade into the transition of what is the inside and the outside.

Xaman Tulum / Estudio Atemporal

13:00 - 18 January, 2019
Xaman Tulum / Estudio Atemporal, © Luis Gallardo LGM Studio
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Guateque Office / Estudio Atemporal

14:00 - 15 November, 2018
Guateque Office / Estudio Atemporal, © Luis Gallardo LGM Studio
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Lago Xochimilco 135, Anáhuac I Secc, 11320 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
  • Category

  • Architects in Charge

    Luciana de la garza, Paul Curuchet
  • Construction

    Estudio Atemporal
  • Area

    722.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

Bars and Restaurants: 50 Examples in Plan and Section

06:00 - 24 September, 2018
Bars and Restaurants: 50 Examples in Plan and Section, Cortesía de Fabián Dejtiar
Cortesía de Fabián Dejtiar

The spatial distribution of a restaurant or bar is essential to its success. Faced with this design challenge, several architects have experimented and proposed configurations that both enhance the use of space in different culinary experiences.

With this being said, take a look at 50 gastronomic establishments in plan and section to inspire your next design.

6 Restoration Projects Bringing Mexico's Past Into the Present

06:00 - 13 September, 2018
6 Restoration Projects Bringing Mexico's Past Into the Present, © Pim Schalkwijk
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© Eduardo Calvo Santisbón © Eduardo Calvo Santisbón © David Cervera Castro © Luis Gallardo + 7

The architectural history of Mexico bears with it a wealth of symbolism that gives insight into the different time periods that have played host to contemporary cultural movements throughout the country's history. 

Today, it's common to hear well-known architects calling for, not the creation of new spaces, but for the restoration of already existing ones. This stance insists that it is one's duty as an architect to rescue a site's memory by bringing it into the here and now.

As philosopher Jean Paul-Sartre put it, "what is important is not what happens to us, but what we do with what happens to us." In keeping with Sartre's phrase, we have compiled a list of 6 restoration projects that aim to rescue sites and show the interconnectedness of different time periods in Mexican history.

María Ribera Dwellings / JSa

11:00 - 10 September, 2018
María Ribera Dwellings / JSa , © Luis Gallardo
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  • Architects

    JSa
  • Location

    Nogal 187, Sta María la Ribera, Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico
  • Category

  • Author Architects

    Javier Sánchez, Benedikt Fahlbusch
  • Design Team

    Milton Durán, José Barreto, Tadeo Ángeles, Francisco Martínez
  • Area

    31000.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2016

Pujol / JSa

11:00 - 17 May, 2018
Pujol / JSa, © Luis Gallardo - LGM Studio
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  • Architects

    JSa
  • Location

    Tennyson 133, Polanco, Mexico City
  • Category

  • Lead Architects

    Javier Sánchez + Aisha Ballesteros + Micaela de Bernardi
  • Design Team

    Selene García, Alma Caballero, Mario I. Gudiño, Andrea Garín, Laura Natividad
  • Project Year

    2017
  • Photographs

Teotitlán del Valle Cultural Center / PRODUCTORA

09:00 - 18 October, 2017
Teotitlán del Valle Cultural Center / PRODUCTORA, © Luis Gallardo - LGM Studio
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Teotitlan del Valle, Oaxaca, México
  • Category

  • Author Architects

    Carlos Bedoya, Wonne Ickx, Abel Perles, Víctor Jaime
  • Collaborators

    Rosalía Yuste, Josué Palma, Pamela Martínez, Antonio Espinoza, Andrés Rivadeneyra, Iván Villegas
  • Area

    1700.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2017

Casa Tello / PRODUCTORA

11:00 - 24 May, 2017
Casa Tello / PRODUCTORA, © Luis Gallardo
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Cuernavaca, Mexico
  • Category

  • Author Architects

    Carlos Bedoya, Wonne Ickx, Abel Perles, Víctor Jaime
  • Collaborators

    Gerardo Aguilar, Mateo Agudelo
  • Structural Engineering

    Kaltia (Verónica Correa)
  • Contractor

    Roger Desdier Tello
  • Kitchen design and furniture

    Vitelier (Estefania Hoth)
  • Area

    180.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2016

Acoustics and Auditoriums: 30 Sections to Guide Your Design

06:00 - 9 March, 2017
Acoustics and Auditoriums: 30 Sections to Guide Your Design

Seeing the space of an auditorium in section is a key tool in allowing us to approach a design's of acoustics, accessibility, and lighting. These components are what make the design of an auditorium a complex task, requiring detailed and specific studies.

There are a number of ways to design an auditorium that offers multiple responses to these challenges. For this reason, we have selected a number of sections from different auditoriums that can help you understand how other architects have solved the challenge.

Check out the 30 auditorium sections below, they are sure to inspire you!

Bosques de Galeana / GRUPO 30x30

18:00 - 23 February, 2017
Bosques de Galeana / GRUPO 30x30, © LGM studio
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Calle Hermenegildo Galeana no. 113, Mexico
  • Category

  • Area

    1495.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2015

Why "Darling" Architects Who Came Up Under Recession Are Doubling Down on Budget

09:30 - 8 January, 2017
Why "Darling" Architects Who Came Up Under Recession Are Doubling Down on Budget, The new Manetti Shrem Museum at the University of California, Davis. Image © Iwan Baan / SO-IL and Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
The new Manetti Shrem Museum at the University of California, Davis. Image © Iwan Baan / SO-IL and Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

This article was originally published by Metropolis Magazine as "The Build Up."

This November, the Manetti Shrem Museum on the University of California, Davis, campus opened to the public. Designed by New York City–based SO-IL with the San Francisco office of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, the museum pays homage to the agricultural landscape of California’s Central Valley with an oversize roof canopy. The steel members of the 50,000-square-foot (4,650-square-meter) shade structure, nearly twice the size of the museum itself, reference the patterning of plowed fields and create a welcoming outdoor space for visitors. It is both expressive and practical, but getting that balance wasn’t easy.

SO-IL, founded by Florian Idenburg and Jing Liu in 2008, has a portfolio filled with smaller projects, installations, and exhibition-related work. The Manetti Shrem Museum is easily the firm’s largest work to date, demanding a rigorous design-build process while maintaining a strong conceptual vision. In short, it required architecture.

Durango 133 / JSa

11:00 - 26 April, 2016
Durango 133 / JSa, © LGM Studio - Luis Gallardo
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  • Architects

    JSa
  • Location

    6a.Calle de Durango 133, Roma Nte., 06700 Mexico City, Mexico
  • Category

  • Architectural Design

    Javier Sánchez + Juan Reyes
  • Design Team

    JSa / Sofía Villareal
  • Project Area

    4205.2 m2
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

PRODUCTORA's Pavilion on the Zocalo Wins MCHAP.emerge 2014/2015

12:00 - 4 April, 2016
PRODUCTORA's Pavilion on the Zocalo Wins MCHAP.emerge 2014/2015, © Luis Gallardo
© Luis Gallardo

Yesterday during the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (MCHAP) ceremony, Mexico's most prominent public square, the Pavilion at the Zocalo by Mexico City's PRODUCTORA won the MCHAP.emerge 2014/2015 award, deeming it the best new architecture in the Americas by an emerging practice.

The MCHAP.emerge prize is awarded biennially by the College of Architecture at Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT). As winner, PRODUCTORA will be given the opportunity to lead a research studio in 2017 related to 'rethinking metropolis' along with $25,000 of funding. 

PRODUCTORA was a finalist among practices from Canada, the United States, Chile and Paraguay. The decision was made by Jury President Stan Allen, architect and former Dean of Princeton University’s School of Architecture (New York); Florencia Rodriguez, editorial director of Piedra, Papel y Tijera publishers (Buenos Aires); Ila Berman, Professor of Architecture, University of Waterloo (Waterloo); Jean Pierre Crousse of Barclay & Crousse (Lima), and Dean Wiel Arets (Chicago).

Finalists Announced for 2014/2015 MCHAP.emerge Awards

16:00 - 18 March, 2016
Finalists Announced for 2014/2015 MCHAP.emerge Awards

The Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize has announced five finalists for its biannual MCHAP.emerge awards, celebrating the best architecture in the Americas by emerging practices. The five projects were selected from a list of 55, coming from 95 different nominators, that were announced last week. The projects represent the best architecture completed by young architects over the past two years in both North and South America, with finalists coming from Canada, the United States, Mexico, Chile and Paraguay.

The winner of the prize will be announced on the evening of April 1st at a symposium at the S. R. Crown Hall in Chicago, after an afternoon in which the finalists present their work to the jury, and the Architecture faculty and student body of IIT. Read on to see the list of finalists.

Campobaja / Estudio Atemporal

13:00 - 9 February, 2016
Campobaja / Estudio Atemporal, © LGM Studio - Luis Gallardo
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Colima 124, Roma Nte., 06700 Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
  • Category

  • Collaborator

    Despacho Durango
  • Area

    224.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2015

Bellopuerto Reforma Restaurant / Estudio Atemporal

15:00 - 7 August, 2015
Bellopuerto Reforma Restaurant / Estudio Atemporal, © Luis Gallardo
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Florencia, Juárez, 06600 Mexico City, Mexico
  • Category

  • Project Area

    410.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2013