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Mexican Building Developments

New Property + Architectural Designs in México, North America Built Environment

post updated 1 October 2021


Building Developments in Mexico

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Mexican Architecture. e-architect cover completed Mexican buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Mexico.

We have 5 pages of Mexican Architecture Designs with links to hundreds of individual project pages for specific buildings in México.

Mexican Architecture : news + key projects

Mexican Building Developments : A-C (this page)

Mexican Buildings : D-K

Mexican Architecture Developments : L-O

Mexican Building Designs : P-Z

Mexican Building Development Designs

Mexico Architecture – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

Casa CorMAnca, México
Design: PAUL CREMOUX studio
Casa CorMAnca Mexican Building Developments
photo : Héctor Armanado Herrera / PCW
Casa CorMAnca – 22 May 2013
On a 12 meters by 13 meters (39ft by 42ft) plot of land, a monolithic volume is transformed in order to attain luminous indoor spaces. Slade stone at the exterior facades is contrasted with the soft beech wood finish, achieving great definition and special discovery. Built in a small plot of land 176 m2, (1894 sqft), the construction rises looking south to the vertical vegetation garden wall. It is a 3 stories high assembly where the main terrace is to be found at the second level, follow by a small lecture studio.

Casa S, México
Design: Pascal Arquitectos
Casa S Mexico
image from architect
Casa S – 26 Apr 2013

BASF Headquarters, Mexico City
Design: Space
BASF Headquarters Building - Mexican Building Developments
photo : BASF
BASF Headquarters Mexico – 11 Jan 2013
A new office for world-leading chemical company BASF in Mexico City, designed by Juan Carlos Baumgartner of architect Space, has brought new approaches to working to his home country, and saved the client both money and space.

Casa MZ, Valle de Bravo, México
Design: Eduardo Hernandez Ch.
Valle de Bravo House
photograph : Yoshihiro Koitani
Valle de Bravo house – 18 Dec 2012
Contemporary Mexican house design located at Valle de Bravo lake. The building is located on a steep slope bordered by both a stream and by the lake itself. The plot is hemmed in by thick forest.

Ciudad Gobierno del Estado de Zacatecas, central Mexico
Arditti + RDT Architects
Ciudad Gobierno del Estado de Zacatecas
photo : Arq. Arturo Arditti
Ciudad Gobierno del Estado de Zacatecas
The Governmental City of the State of Zacatecas in Mexico, is built in a property known as “Cerro del Gato” (Cat’s Hill) in the suburbs of the City of Zacatecas. The buildings respond naturally to a radial composition due to their incorporation to the slope of the hill. Screen walls delimitate and at the same time integrate the buildings in form and open space.

Casa Cano, Monterrey, north east México – Spanish text only
Design: AAMarquitectos
Casa México
photo from architects
Casa Cano – 13 Sep 2012

Cineteca Nacional del Siglo XXI, Mexico City
Design: Rojkind Arquitectos
Cineteca Nacional del Siglo XXI Mexican Building Developments
image from architects
Cineteca Nacional del Siglo XXI Mexico
The project includes the total renovation of the building complex, originally built as the “Composer’s Square” in 1984 by Manuel Rocha and transformed on several occasions since becoming the Nation’s Film Archive and Film Institute in 1974. In addition to the existing screening rooms, the complex currently has five archive vaults, four of them housing a collection of more than 15,000 film classics of world cinema in 35 and 15 mm formats.

Selection of Mexican Architecture, alphabetical:

ACBC Office Building
Design: Pascal Arquitectos
ACBC Office - Mexican Building Developments
photograph : Jaime Navarro
Mexican Office Building

ALEF Corporate Offices, Mexico City
Design: ART Arquitectos
ALEF Corporate Office Building
photograph : Marisol Paredes / Huguette Ampudia
Mexico City Office Building

Antorcha Bicentenario, León, Guanajuato
Design: José Pareja + Jesús Hernández
Antorcha Bicentenario
photograph : Daniel Pareja
Bicentennial Torch

Arango Residence, Acapulco
John Lautner Architect
Acapulco house Mexican Property Developments
photo : Sara Sackner
Acapulco house

Atrio Interlomas, Huixquilucan
Migdal Arquitectos
Atrio Interlomas
photo : Alex Giribet
Atrio Interlomas

Ave Fenix, Mexico City
at. 103 + bgp arquitectura
Mexican Fire Station
photo : Jaime Navarro
Mexican Fire Station

Biblioteca Central UAEM, Morelos
REC Arquitectura Y Construccion
Biblioteca Central UAEM
image from architects studio
Biblioteca Central UAEM, Cuernavaca

BIKO Mexico – Restaurant
entasis arquitectos
BIKO Mexico
picture from entasis
BIKO Mexico

Campus Biometropolis, Mexico City
Foster + Partners
Campus Biometropolis México
photo : Nigel Young
Campus Biometropolis masterplan

Casa AA, Ciudad de México
Parque Humano
Contemporary Mexican House
photo : Paul Rivera, ArchPhoto
Contemporary Mexican House

Casa Club Bosque Altozano, Morelia
Parque Humano
Casa Club Bosque Altozano
photo : Paul Rivera, ArchPhoto.
Casa Club Bosque Altozano

Casa en el Bosque
Parque Humano / JC + BG
Casa en el Bosque Mexican Building Developments
photo : Paul Rivera, ArchPhoto.
Casa en el Bosque

Casa Gavión, Baja California Sur, México
Casa Gavión Mexican Building Developments
picture from architect firm
Baja California Sur House

Casa LB, México City
SerranoMonjaraz Arquitectos
Casa LB
photograph : Pedro Hiriart
Casa LB

Casa LH, Jalisco, western Mexico
Di Vece Arquitectos
Casa LH Jalisco
picture from architects practice
New Mexican House

Casa Lomas Altas, México D.F.
López Duplan Arquitectos
Casa Lomas Altas
photograph : Hector Armando Herrera
Casa Lomas Altas

Casa Negra, Valle de Bravo
bgp arquitectura
Casa Negra Mexico
photograph : Rafael Gam
Casa Negra

Casa Tierra, México, D.F.
SerranoMonjaraz Arquitectos
Casa Tierra
photograph : Pedro Hiriart
Casa Tierra

Centro de Artes Cuernavaca, Morelos
REC Arquitectura Y Construccion
Centro de Artes Cuernavaca - Mexican Building Developments
picture from architects firm
Centro de Artes Cuernavaca

Chapel in Zamora, Michoacán
Di Vece Arquitectos
Chapel in Zamora - Mexican Building Developments
photo from architects
Chapel in Zamora

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Location: Mexico, North America

Mexico Architecture Walking Tours
Soumaya Museum Mexico City
image from architect
Mexico Architecture Tours

Mexico City Buildings

Full List of Mexico Buildings

Mexican Architecture Exhibition : Enrique Norten

Mexican Landscape Architecture Competition
Mexican Architecture Competition
picture from contest organiser
Mexican Architecture Competition : CHICHEN ITZA 2008

Luis Barragán Mexican Architecture

Buildings / photos for the Mexican Architecture Developments page welcome