Mexico City Architects, Mexican Architecture Practices, Companies, Offices, Design Studios

Mexico City Architect Offices

Mexican Architectural Offices Contact Details: Design Practices Information

Mexico City Architecture Studios

Mexico architectural offices – Mexican design practice contact details, alphabetical:

Architect phone / fax e-mail / website address
Pascal Arquitectos

+52 (55) 294 2371
+52 (55) 294 8513


Pascal Arquitectos
Atlaltunco 99, Tecamachalco Naucalpan, Edo. Mex C.P. 53970, México
Tatiana Bilbao

+52 (55) 8589 8822
+52 (55) 8589 8822


Tatiana Bilbao, S.C. Ricardo Velasco
Paseo de la Reforma 382-3
Colonia Juárez
Delegación Cuauhtémoc
06600 México DF

Mexico City Architect Office Listing

Architects + Landscape Architects + Structural Engineers with architect offices in Mexico City

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Mexican Architecture

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Mexican Architecture – selection below:

Solaz Los Cabos Hotel, San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur
Design: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos
Solaz Los Cabos Hotel Mexico
photograph : Rafael Gamo
Solaz Los Cabos Hotel in San José del Cabo
The extraordinary natural surroundings of the peninsula of Baja California with its semi-desert landscape provides an ideal selected context for the construction of a new landmark hotel for the country.

Hyatt Regency Andares, Puerta de Hierro zone, Zapopan, Jalisco
Architects: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos
Hyatt Regency Andares in Zapopan Jalisco
photograph : Rafael Gamo
Hyatt Regency Andares in Zapopan, Jalisco
The mixed-use Andares complex is the visionary urban complex that has positioned the Puerta de Hierro zone as a new center for the city of Zapopan. The Andares Master Plan formally commenced with the building of the shopping mall and the high-rise residential building, but an expansion was always planned.

T&N Villa, Puerto Cancún, Q.ROO
Architects: sanzpont [arquitectura]
Puerto Cancún house
image from architecture firm
Puerto Cancún Villa Property
The predominant view is toward the body of water, so the rear façade must have a clear line of sight so the view can be appreciated from inside the home. The property tilts 64º to the left with respect to the north, oriented directly towards the prevailing winds from the front façade, while the rear façade faces northwest.

North American Architecture

Contemporary Architecture in North America

American Architects

New York Architects Offices

Mexican Architects

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