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Location: Mexico

Museo Amparo by TEN Arquitectos in Puebla, Mexico. Exterior view. Photo by Louis Gorda
May 06, 2013 /

Museo Amparo
TEN Arquitectos
Puebla, Mexico

The MUSEO AMPARO by neo-modernist TEN Arquitectos is the very delicate phase one of a much-needed update to one of the most important cultural centres in Mexico, the MUSEO AMPARO in Puebla. The renovation finished in January 2013.

Soumaya Museum by FREE Fernando Romero in Mexico City, Mexico
Photo: Iwan Baan
February 20, 2012 /

Soumaya Museum
FREE Fernando Romero
Mexico City, Mexico

In order to create a new identity for the site, both a strong urban and iconic presence, the Soumaya Museum was conceived as a rotating sculptural building that is both an object and a part of the city.

Mitikah Office Tower by Richard Meier & Partners in Mexico City, Mexico.  Rendering.
Image courtesy Richard Meier & Partners
February 13, 2012 /

Mitikah Office Tower
Richard Meier & Partners
Mexico City, Mexico

The design of the Mitikah Office Tower reflects the distinct orientation of the site while addressing requirements of sustainability, maximum efficiency and flexibility.

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