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Swiss Residence in Mexico City / Fruehauf, Henry & Viladoms + BlancasMoran

© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo+ 26

Mexico City, Mexico

Palm and Straw Roofs: Examples in Mexico That Explore Their Possibilities

Punta Caliza Hotel Holbox / ESTUDIO MACIAS PEREDO. Image © César BéjarCasa Chacala / CoA arquitectura + Estudio Macías Peredo. Image © Francisco Gutiérrez PeregrinaTemplo luum / CO-LAB Design Office. Image © César BéjarBungalow Litibú / PALMA. Image © Luis Young+ 38

Architecture in Mexico has a vast history that is made up of various aspects that touch astrological, political, spiritual and economic issues. Although today there are only ruins of some of the most important pre-Hispanic complexes, thanks to the in-depth research that has been carried out, we can have some representations of what those buildings that laid the foundations of what makes us today were like. In these representations, it is possible to notice the presence of natural materials that were a response to their environment such as basalt stone, stucco and some vegetable paintings whose remains persist to this day.

Helipad / André-Jacques Bodin, Héctor Coss Arquitectos, Tomas Janka, Undecorated

© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo+ 30

House in Amatepec / Manuel Cervantes Estudio

© Rafael Gamo
© Rafael Gamo

© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo+ 23

Ciudad de México, Mexico

Monte Tauro Residence / PPAA Pérez Palacios Arquitectos Asociados

© Rafael Gamo
© Rafael Gamo

© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo© Luis Garvan© Rafael Gamo+ 47

Mexico City, Mexico

Meet the Winners of the 2020 AR Emerging Architecture Awards

Carles Enrich Studio has been announced as the winner of the 2020 AR Emerging Architecture awards. Selected from a shortlist of 16 practices, the jury recognized the work of the Barcelona-based practice as one that "reconnects history with the future and understands heritage as infrastructure: something dynamic and appropriated rather than museumified". Khadka + Eriksson Furunes was also awarded with the Peter Davey Prize, and Taller Capital has received an honorable mention.

Gabriela Carrillo. Image © Rafael GamoKhadka + Eriksson Furunes. Image © Alexander Eriksson FurunesTaller Capital. Image © Gabriel FelixCarles Enrich Studio. Image © Adria Goula+ 6

Matamoros Market / Colectivo C733

© Rafael Gamo
© Rafael Gamo

© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo+ 30

  • Architects: Colectivo C733
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  2868
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2020

Refurbishment, Adaptive Reuse and Extension of Apartments in Mexico

Edificio Dr Atl 285 / BAAQ'. Image © Arturo ArrietaMejora y ampliación Un Cuarto Más / Taller ADG. Image © Jaime NavarroUn Cuarto Más / ANTNA. Image © Jaime NavarroCasa Kaspé / Zeller & Moye. Image © Dane Alonso+ 13

It has become evident that the spaces we inhabit have changed. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to appreciate values as lighting, ventilation, and comfort when working in home.

Perrotin Gallery / PRO-Peterson Rich Office

© Guillaume Ziccarelli© Guillaume Ziccarelli© Rafael Gamo© Guillaume Ziccarelli+ 39

Architecture in Mexico: Projects that Highlight the Estado de Mexico Territory

Palmas House / DOSA STUDIO. Image © Onnis LuqueLas Torres / Hierve-Diseñeria. Image © Rafael GamoSan José Station / FRPO Rodriguez & Oriol. Image © LGM StudioMartínez Mondragón House / AVM Arquitectura. Image © Álvaro Morera+ 34

There are several reasons why the Estado de Mexico (a state, not the country) is important not only at the national level but also because of its intrinsic relationship with Mexico City since 59 of its municipalities are considered part of the Metropolitan Area of the Valley of Mexico. In this area, there are a large number of industrial plants. In addition, it houses some of the most visited archaeological sites such as Teotihuacán, Tetzuco, Azcapotzalco, Chalco, and Amaquemecan.

El Humedal / TAAR / Taller de Arquitectura de Alto Rendimiento

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Valle de Bravo, Mexico

Architecture in Mexico: Projects that Highlight the Coast of Guerrero

Z House / Zozaya Arquitectos. Image © Rafael GamoLyons Garden House / Co Lateral. Image © Claudio NapolitanoVillas Finestre / CC Arquitectos. Image © Yoshihiro KoitaniLa Solana House / HGR Arquitectos + Diana Arnau. Image © Diana Arnau+ 13

Guerrero is a state in the southwest corner of Mexico that shares land borders with the State of Mexico, Morelos, Puebla, Oaxaca, and Michoacán and a coastline with the Pacific Ocean. With over 64,281 km² of territory, it is the twelfth most populated state in Mexico. It's capital city is Chilpancingo de Juárez and it's most populated city is Acapulco de Juárez.

Architecture in Mexico: Projects that Highlight the Morelos Territory

Central Gardens Jojutla / MMX. Image © Dane AlonsoTeopanzolco Cultural Center / Isaac Broid + PRODUCTORA. Image © Jaime NavarroLa Tallera / Frida Escobedo. Image © Rafael GamoLos Chocolates Community Development Center / Taller de Arquitectura Mauricio Rocha + Gabriela Carrillo. Image © Rafael Gamo+ 28

Morelos is a state nestled in the south-central region of Mexico, surrounded by the states of Puebla, Guerrero, Estado de México, and Mexico City. With just over 4,893 km² of territory, it's Mexico's second smallest state. It's capital and largest city is Cuernavaca.

Valle Santana / Manuel Cervantes Estudio

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Valle de Bravo, Mexico

CRA House / Estudio MMX

© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo+ 24

Valle de Bravo, Mexico
  • Architects: Estudio MMX
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  590
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2020

Pallares House and Studio / Vrtical

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Mexico City, Mexico
  • Architects: VRTICAL
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  318
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2020