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AR House awards 2019 shortlisted: Ambrosi Etchegaray’s fusion of Modernist restraint and the vernacular in this retreat in Oaxaca segregates eating, sleeping and living in a ritual of water, earth and air
Part of the reconstruction programme that emerged after the earthquake in 2017, this project was created with very simple elements that link with the climatic and cultural conditions of the place
Comunal’s work in Tepetzintán, Puebla, started with restoring the tradition of bamboo construction, which had been forgotten as a building technique.
Designed by Alberto Kalach, the project hoped to produce new, realistic ideas for low-rise social housing projects
As countries become ever-more hostile to external migrants, action must be taken to ensure the city remains inclusive
Mikve Rajel, with subdued lighting and expanses of wood and marble lining the communal areas, gives the ritual bath a setting not unlike a modern spa
For this young Mexican practice, it is incumbent on their projects to have a special and exclusive relation with place
Calls for transparency in the judicial system in Mexico have inspired a novel architectural approach
Sensitive engagements with communities activate simple architectural forms
Meet the winner of this year’s AR Emerging Architecture awards
‘I became an architect out of curiosity’: Winner of the 2016 Moira Gemmill Prize for Emerging Architecture
An atmospheric film of Bilbao’s low-income housing in Mexico
AR_EA Mexico: PRODUCTORA
Mexican muralist, revolutionary, mosaic artist and architect, whose career veered from Modernism to vernacular Surrealism
Louise Noelle Gras writes an obituary to her great friend and colleague, the Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta 1931-2011