Posts Tagged ‘Mexican’

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion by Frida Escobedo, London – UK

June 13th, 2018

Escobedo’s design, which fuses elements typical to Mexican architecture with local London references, features a courtyard enclosed by two rectangular volumes constructed from cement roof tiles. These tiles are stacked to form a celosia, a type of wall common to Mexican architecture which is permeable, allowing ventilation and views to the other side.

Archetonic Offices, Mexico City – Mexico

May 18th, 2018

Three metal-plate roofs refer to the proportions of the house below, and a metal mesh, tensioned between these roofs, give the building its discrete, clean and elegant look, while at night time, the lighting reveals its more complex characteristic—its history.

Salsa Shop by Ninetynine, The Hague – The Netherlands

May 15th, 2018

A very recognisable tile pattern of white, pale pink and red tiles of various sizes covers walls, ceiling and floor of the first three metres of the restaurant. A counter table along the facade allows people to look outside while enjoying their food. A communal table for ten completes this area.

Licor Don Gaby packaging by Mayorque Studio

April 26th, 2018

The main mission was to give class and personality to the product, for this reason we decided to keep the label with a simple design, playing with fonts and icons to achieve a harmonic and dynamic composition. So, we mark hierarchies in the information and brand messages. All this reinforced by the format of the label that seeks to be different and striking on the shelf.

Maka identity by Anagrama Studio

March 23rd, 2018

We designed a clean and singular identity focused on distinguishing Maka as an all-Mexican brand. The project started by taking Carlos Merida’s artwork as inspiration. For the icon, we created an abstraction of a tzinitzcan, one of Mexico’s most colorful and beautiful birds.

THE MISSION restaurant by 5 Star Plus Retail Design, Beijing – China

March 5th, 2018

We have developed this duality further inside, combining metal furnishings with high-quality natural wood. Stainless steel surfaces provide a clear-cut sense of cleanliness without tainting the product with secondary flavors.