KnitCandela: a flexibly formed, thin concrete shell by Zaha Hadid Architects

KnitCandela: a flexibly formed, thin concrete shell by Zaha Hadid Architects

KnitCandela is a thin, sinuous concrete shell built on ultra-lightweight knitted formwork that was carried to Mexico from Switzerland in a suitcase

Crystal Treehouse in Mexico by BROISSIN

Crystal Treehouse in Mexico by BROISSIN

BROISSIN designed a transparent crystal treehouse that is located at the foothills of the long Sierra de las Cruces, which is the occidental limit of the Valley of Mexico basin

Queretaro Cathedral by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos

Queretaro Cathedral by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos

The Queretaro Cathedral project aims to turn the building into not only a new religious and community space, but also an architectural icon for the city

139 SCHULTZ by CPDA Arquitectos

139 SCHULTZ by CPDA Arquitectos

139 SCHULTZ offers the opportunity to live in an ideal place, located in the street of Miguel E. Schultz 139 San Rafael neighborhood

Avila Pavilion by COTAPAREDES Arquitectos

Avila Pavilion by COTAPAREDES Arquitectos

The project is located in the garden of a rest house on the outskirts of the city of Guadalajara Jalisco. The building had to function to host events of different purposes

ARACHI / Taller del Desierto by ENORME Studio

ARACHI / Taller del Desierto by ENORME Studio

ENORME Studio to direct together with the local architects Juan Castillo and Miguel Heredia a new edition of the workshop, destined to build a small urban infrastructure

Entre Pinos by Taller Héctor Barroso

Entre Pinos by Taller Héctor Barroso

In a vast forest area in Valle de Bravo, Mexico, Taller Héctor Barroso has built five weekend houses, which adapt to the site topography

Edificio Pórtico Palmeto by TACO taller de arquitectura contextual

Edificio Pórtico Palmeto by TACO taller de arquitectura contextual

Portico Palmeto is a multifunctional building that arises within what was the Palmetum (collection of palm trees) of iconic Vivero Cholul

U-125: ARCHETONIC's New Offices in Mexico

U-125: ARCHETONIC's New Offices in Mexico

As architects, ARCHETONIC are inspired to make the most of the pre-existing infrastructure of Mexico city. This led them to design U125, which recycles a house