– In central Mexico four simple white cubes around a plaza generate a landscape and an architecture with a strong relation with it. Casa 4.1.4, a weekend house located in the Jurica Campestre community, seeks to redefine the concept of a retreat home by defragmenting its core program in four main volumes.
– At Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura gallery in Mexico City, a sophisticated exhibition curated by Pablo León de la Barra focuses on the iconic Camino Real Hotel designed by Ricardo Legorreta in 1968 for the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.
– Casa Santana by CC Arquitectos, Valle de Bravo, is a space for people to come together, made of wood and other local materials, that blends with the lush Mexican natural landscape.
– Architects Ambrosi | Etchegaray rethink life inside an old house in Condessa, Mexico City. The buildings of the Antonio Sola Town-Houses create interiors mimicking the original patios while mantaining privacy.
– In the Baja California peninsula, traditional materials, such as rammed earth and bricks, and ancient conformations allows Big Rock House by fabriKG to be part of a stunning environment, concerns of environmental impact and cultural sensitivity.
– Colours of Mexico, the collection of textiles designed by Sara Ferrari with local artisans in Chiapas, is a tool to tell a story about the process hidden behind Mexican textiles and their colours.
– The bead maze toy and the combination of pastel and neon colors drive Anagrama in the interior design and the coordinate image of the Kindo children’s shop in Monterrey.
– The phrase “Look & See” on the top of the installation Mirar – Ways of Seeing in the Zocalo realised by Myerscough & Morgan during the “Design Week Mexico” is reiterating that it is easy to look at things, we do that every second but how much do we actually see?