[sp_wpcarousel id="2666"]     Situated on top of a 1950s house in Mexico City’s Pedregal de San Ángel, Cascada House is enclosed by the ash and jacaranda tree fronds of the neighboring gardens. Contrast in shape and materiality to the existing construction, the lightweight structure allows natural light to...

  [sp_wpcarousel id="2673"]     The ephemeral pavilion Terrarium rises on a staircase facing the Santa Lucía River and acts as an extension of the museum’s square. The orthogonal shape of the exterior, open only towards the main façade, dissolves through the curved interior walls, which guide the viewer...

  [sp_wpcarousel id="2669"] Núcleo is an ephemeral floral pavilion containing an invented ecosystem; an oasis of tropical plants, in which diverse shapes, textures, colors and aromas blend with the architecture to create an unexpected sensory experience, alien to the immediate context of the park. Located in Mexico City’s...

      For the 2020 edition of MEXTRÓPOLI Architecture and City Festival, Arquine invited 20 Mexico City based young architecture practices, to question and reflect on the future of Architecture in relation to the City and the Environment. We addressed the task by simulating a publicity campaign that...

  [sp_wpcarousel id="2671"]     For Estudio Herrera, we designed a work space furniture that contributes to the existing office’s dynamics. A kitchen space, an informal meeting area and storage for medium and large posters.     [sp_wpcarousel id="2685"]     In collaboration with Edgar Solórzano Location: CDMX Year: 2019 Estudio Herrera ...

  [sp_wpcarousel id="2674"]     Piña colada The piece presented was produced with a polystyrene mold (useful for four columns), which allows the combination of base, shaft and capital as desired. This system is based on the conversion of an artisan element into an industrial one, with all the economic benefits...

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