Category list : Central America
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A 100-year-old iron and glass pavilion gets a new least of life through TEN Arquitectos’ bold yet simple building-within-a-building. Photography by Luis Goroda
Ricardo Legorreta (1931-2011)Subscription
Louise Noelle Gras writes an obituary to her great friend and colleague, the Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta 1931-2011
Tadao Ando uses the metaphor of ‘the gate’ to create a powerful symbol for this new art, design and architecture school but at some cost to the building’s pedagogical performance
David Chipperfieldʼs first project in Latin America is a fortified castle for modern art set in the dislocating blare of Mexico City
Cerrada Reforma in Mexico by DCPP ArquitectosSubscription
Honourable Mention: a stark, black house south of Mexico City creates an intimate series of spatial relationships
Highly commended AR_EA 2014: At the foot of a Mexican mountain, a shingle-clad barn and sunkenstables elegantly accommodate domestic and equestrian pursuits
Exploring the language of simplicity and sobriety, this circular wall reconceptualises the notion of pilgrimage
Just what is it that makes South American architecture so appealing?
AR_EA Mexico: PRODUCTORA
Supersudaca: ‘China and Africa have more to learn from Latin America than from the West’Subscription
AR_EA Collective: Supersudaca