Posts Tagged ‘Mexico City’

Guateque co-working offices by Estudio Atemporal, Mexico City – Mexico

July 14th, 2017

Inside the co-working building, which is called Guateque, the existing structure is left exposed and complemented with custom-made furnishings, including wooden desks and bright rugs, and lots of greenery.

Massimo Dutti flagship store by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos, Mexico City – Mexico

March 27th, 2017

The rhythm of rectangular modules is formed by an orthogonal metal structure, while the texture of the façade is a screen inspired by a reinterpretation of the traditional wrought iron railings of Polanco. The screen generates a series of rectangular niches that are randomly repeated within the orthogonal mesh.

Uncommon Market by Guille García-Hoz and Alejandro Martínez, Mexico City – Mexico

November 11th, 2016

Situated in an urban villa opposite the lush greens of Parque Lincoln, the so-called Uncommon Market is an even more ambitiously set up concept store, boasting 750 sqm. of retail space.

Red Bull Offices by SPACE, Mexico City – Mexico

November 4th, 2016

Aesthetically it was decided to give it an urban-Mexican look in order to manifest the presence of the brand in the country. Two Mexican artists were chosen to create a scenario that fits this idea, thereby supporting up and coming Mexican artists.

AstraZeneca Offices by SPACE, Mexico City – Mexico

October 25th, 2016

The general image creates a hybrid between modernity and avant-gard, the combination of materials, carrara marble, glass, metal, wood and accents in color give this place a dynamic and flexible character obliging one to notice the details.

popo installation by Zeller & Moye, Mexico City – Mexico

October 14th, 2016

The pile of blocks is a pixelated 1:350 scale model of the nearby Popocatépetl volcano, including details such as the crater and the volcano’s extensions at its foot.

Museum of Immortality installation by Nikolaus Hirsch and Michel Müller, Mexico City – Mexico

October 12th, 2016

Steel frames form the main structural system, with transparent and translucent perspex boxes slotted in between the gaps. The architects liken the shape the blocks create to a mausoleum and a space capsule.

Panduit Offices by Eskema Arquitectos, Mexico City – Mexico

September 6th, 2016

Eskema adds to their long list of corporate office design, the new working location for Panduit in Mexico City. The project integrates an open area, showroom and training rooms for Panduit’s third party certification allies.

Silver Deer flagship store by MATERIA, Mexico City – Mexico

September 2nd, 2016

The forest trees are translated into wall fixtures, becoming Silver Deer’s new trade mark; versatile, flexible and consistent throughout the perimeter.

Tori Tori Altavista restaurant by ESRAWE Studio & Rojkind Arquitectos, Mexico City – Mexico

August 1st, 2016

To the right side there is a sushi bar that allows the user to see the chef’s hands when preparing the sushi through the reflective qualities of the high polished brass ceiling.

Mercado Roma by Rojkind Arquitectos & Cadena y Asociados, Mexico – Mexico City

July 2nd, 2016

The street level houses fifty three vending stalls configured in an organic and fluid arrangement, which reinterprets the grid of the traditional market. The two upper levels house a couple of restaurants and roof deck. The project also includes and open air space surrounded by a fully functional vertical vegetable garden, from which fresh produce will be harvest to then be sold at the market, thus completing the cycle of production-distribution-retail.

Frëims Condesa restaurant by Arqmov Workshop, Mexico City – Mexico

June 20th, 2016

The interior flooring was made to resemble polished concrete, with the patio decked in colored paved stones with solid bases and hollow spaces strategically created as planters to grow greens and an organic garden.

EA Games Offices by KMD Architects, Mexico City – Mexico

May 1st, 2016

By using recycled content in the Shaw Contract Group carpet, ceilings and wooden finishes the firm achieved to decrease the damaging procedures that the planet is subjected to. The lighting includes LED technology and by choosing Herman Miller as their dealer, the client was assured that the furniture was made by clean and sustainable processes.

Café Palacio Polanco by MRZ Arquitectos, Mexico City – Mexico

April 22nd, 2016

Whether it’s the classic ornamental mirror—one of the establishment’s focal elements—or the white-glassed ceiling lamps of silver-limned contours, everything on sight takes the mind back to 1920s’ Mexico without neglecting a touch for the contemporary.

Café de la Escalera by MRZ Arquitectos, Mexico City – Mexico

April 14th, 2016

The kitchen’s outer walls are overlaid with panel boards of white lacquered wood, producing a clean and bright exterior, welcoming the passersby. This modular and tridimensional arrangement sets an easy-to-find rendezvous for the customer who wants to either just take a break from a long day’s shopping, or enjoy an exquisite diner among friends.

Troquer fashion house by Zeller & Moye, Mexico City – Mexico

March 21st, 2016

Stacked and connected metal profiles produce a playful lattice that forms a complex three-dimensional framework of varying density.

Main Room bar by em-estudio, Mexico City – Mexico

February 26th, 2016

Main Room bar by em-estudio, Mexico City – Mexico

TANE flagship store by CuldeSac™, Mexico City – Mexico

February 16th, 2016

The store interior is comprised of a majestic central hall crowned by an enveloping wooden dome with a geometric design that alludes to the feathers of the iconic Tane cockerel.

El Moro by Cadena Asociados, Mexico City – Mexico

February 11th, 2016

Language and furniture align forming unique expression, reminiscent of the golden age of Mexico, when an art deco style dominated the city’s poster ads, movies, fonts, and architecture providing sufficient graphic elements, symbols, and even communication through different artistic means.

Campobaja restaurant by Estudio Atemporal, Mexico City – Mexico

January 29th, 2016

Campobaja restaurant by Estudio Atemporal, Mexico City – Mexico