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.
Hôtel Americano is a sleek boutique hotel with a cleverly designed facade facade that creates an interesting interplay with the surroundings while challenging the notions of in and out.
The site, located in the natural preserve of Xochimilco, in the southern part of Mexico City, addresses a unique set of social, urban, and architectural challenges.
The original building of the Chopo Museum is a product of late 19th century technology. The structure was manufactured just before the turn of the century in Oberhausen, Germany, as a pavilion for an exhibition on industry and art in Düsseldorf.
To mark their presence in the city the Televisa company was looking for a new image and an icon building.
The location of the National School of Theater has a unique set of contextual conditions.
Dramatically illuminated at night Harlem Park will strike a prominent profile on the northern Manhattan skyline.
TEN Arquitectos were commissioned to design a new, multipurpose gymnasium, that could be easily converted for ceremonies and celebrations, a swimming-pool, spaces for exercise, dressing rooms, and restrooms.