Category list : Central America
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Supersudaca: ‘China and Africa have more to learn from Latin America than from the West’Subscription
AR_EA Collective: Supersudaca
AR_EA Mexico: PRODUCTORA
Just what is it that makes South American architecture so appealing?
Exploring the language of simplicity and sobriety, this circular wall reconceptualises the notion of pilgrimage
Highly commended AR_EA 2014: At the foot of a Mexican mountain, a shingle-clad barn and sunkenstables elegantly accommodate domestic and equestrian pursuits
Cerrada Reforma in Mexico by DCPP ArquitectosSubscription
Honourable Mention: a stark, black house south of Mexico City creates an intimate series of spatial relationships
David Chipperfieldʼs first project in Latin America is a fortified castle for modern art set in the dislocating blare of Mexico City
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
Ricardo Legorreta (1931-2011)Subscription
Louise Noelle Gras writes an obituary to her great friend and colleague, the Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta 1931-2011
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