Palacio de Hierro Polanco, Mexico City, Mexico
Taxco 25 is a proposal that dialogues with the neighborhood day-to-day life and its traditional architectures. The project begins with a Functionalist style (1940’s) house inscribed in the heritage catalogue by the INBA.
Multi unit housing
Roma Sur, Mexico City, Mexico
Independencia, Mexico City, Mexico
Condesa, Mexico City, Mexico
Roma Norte, Mexico City, Mexico
The project seeks to solve the complexity of integrating a contemporary architectural proposal into an irregular cityscape while facing Real State pressures: high land value, densification, construction regulations, construction costs, market demands and timing.
Narvarte, Mexico City, Mexico
Casa Meztitla is an intervention of a natural scenario. It showcases the luxurious value of leisure, the tropical weather, the intense sunlight, the smells of nature, the over 500 year-old landscaped terraces and the ever-present rock mountain: El Tepozteco.
Tepoztlán, Morelos, Mexico
Gold medal: Bienal de Jóvenes Arquitectos FCARM 2015, Silver medal: Bienal de Arquitectura CDMX CAMSAM 2015, Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize Nomination, Architizer A+Awards Winner 2016
Polanco, Mexico City, Mexico
Papalote Museo del Niño Competition 2015
Venice Biennale Proposal
San José Insurgentes, Mexico City, Mexico
This project is about the transition of a small-scale, family-owned, traditional Mexican-cuisine business, into a food industry with international scope.
Mexico City, Mexico
The urban geometry of Yerevan is the inspirational motif for this proposal. The structure’s façade is meant to depict the region’s complex and contrasting layers of history.
Mixed use (Intercontinental Hotel, executive suite, residential)
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
In the realm of Roofs, treated as service areas and storage of the unused, its shift into livable and leisure spaces, presents not only challenges, yet vast opportunities for exploring our relationship with the fifth facade and its surrounding views.
In the aftermath of the 1985 Mexico City earthquake, many parts of the city were devastated and lost their unique character. Such is the case of the Roma neighborhood. This phenomenon led to an urban analysis of the neighborhood, focusing on the underutilized terrains that resulted from the tragic event.
Urban recycling at Veracruz was the exercise subject. Its objective was to rehabilitate the port area, the old train station and the trains’ steer rail area, which partly surround Veracruz’ historical center, and turn them into a new recreational, tourist and financial center.
1° place Mario Pani Competition
Beauty and light are tempting. An intervention of a beautiful, ever-changing, luminous and ephemeral shape in one of Mexico City’s most historic and fashionable neighborhoods would be a welcoming and attractive reference from the park and within.
Materializing a rural dwelling within a reduced area and budget in Mexico’s countryside requires thinking beyond containers or habitable shelters. In this scenery, a fine balance between a traditional and a contemporary spirit must prevail. To profit from industrialized processes, as a cost-reducing strategy, they must not contravene the man-idiosyncrasy-nature relationship.
Forest areas, Mexico
Relax_dais creates a new type of public territory on the island of Cyprus. The intervention reinterprets the beach as a major public space in the Mediterranean culture. Scattered throughout the landscape, elements in the shape of circular platforms redefine the beach, giving it new meaning and perception, while asking residents and tourists to reconsider how they occupy the tidal zone.
2008 Venice Biennale Competition
San José Insurgentes
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