Posts Tagged ‘mexico’

Pujol restaurant by JSa, Mexico City – Mexico

May 23rd, 2018

We found opportunities in the pre-existences, adapted them and integrated them by enlarging light inputs, eliminating physical barriers that isolated spaces from each other, and removing false ceilings to reinforce the horizontal character of the project, increasing height in some parts and lowering it in others.

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.

El Califa taqueria by Esrawe Studio, Mexico City – Mexico

March 30th, 2018

High-shine midnight blue tiling on the ceiling and peripheral walls sets off a rambunctious terrazzo floor, which soaks in the golden circle motif and enlivens the space with a bright ease. Every element has the purpose of engagement – the reflective floor-to-ceiling glass windows and richly textured surfaces in the space are designed to draw the eyes of the crowds of foot traffic walking along the Avenida de los Insurgentes.

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.

Cañamiel store by MATERIA, Mexico City – Mexico

February 27th, 2018

The design of the new store breaks the traditional scheme where there are multiple furniture for the various products and is transformed into a single three-dimensional piece that generates spaces for living in a diverse collection and in constant interaction with people.

Ignacia Guest House by Factor Eficiencia + A – G, Mexico City – Mexico

February 19th, 2018

A completely new building was built in the space where the service rooms used to be to house the rest of the guest rooms: Blue, Green, Pink and Yellow which are vertically arranged around the central patio. With terraces and a harmonious chromatic palette, each guest room creates environments in tune with the complex.

Louis Vuitton Masaryk flagship store by Materia, Mexico City – Mexico

February 17th, 2018

Since 2011 Materia has also proposed, designed and developed a new exterior facade identity for stores in Latin America. Our projects include locations like Cancun, Village Mall (Rio de Janeiro), Santiago de Chile, San Juan Puerto Rico, Panama Soho Mall, Monterrey and our most recent project Flagship Masaryk, Polanco in Mexico City.

L’Occoco hair salon by Abraham Cota Paredes, Guadalajara – Mexico

January 18th, 2018

Along the front of the desk, all-white beauty products are showcased inside a glass cabinet. To the left is a set of six hair-cutting stations. The top halves of the walls are lined with mirrors, reflecting the crips white interiors. Upholstered chairs and cabinetry are also white, creating a seamless visual effect.

Catamaran at Palacio de Hierro by Grup Idea Mexico, Colonia Roma – Mexico

January 12th, 2018

The brand concept, a Boho-chic space where the architecture has taken advantage of “art nouveau” and eclectic of the Porfiriato with the refurbishment of different buildings that have enhanced the cultural development with its different squares, parks, coffees, restaurants, galleries and museums.

Gran Cruz chocolate packaging by SHIFT

October 23rd, 2017

The chocolate itself, seen as a “food of the gods” in Aztec culture and the result of great work and effort, is portrayed as a valued award. With this in mind we opted to create a visual language that alludes to Latin America´s colonial era´s craftsmanship and military recognitions in the form of a “Cruz” or medal, hence the name Gran Cruz.

Salón Sociedad by Communal + OTRA Arquitectura, Monterrey – Mexico

October 12th, 2017

Salón Sociedad creates a warm and joyful experience; a family environment just like Sociedad Cuauhtémoc y Famosa. The Malinche chair, iconic chair made in Monterrey by Muebles Malinche and made popular by Cervecería Cuauhtémoc by producing branded versions and selling them to local bars and pubs to a low cost.

Awakening by deFORMA Estudio Creativo, Guadajalara – México

September 26th, 2017

The Project Awakening consists of the presentation of the new line of woods from Duraplay. For this, different elements were created to help with the interpretation of the concept and the objective of demonstrating the products.

Olivier store by Melt Studio, San Pedro Garza García – Mexico

September 21st, 2017

The metallic structure is an abstract resemblance of cheese slices and serves as the main icon of the store besides providing support for the shelves, lighting in the main island. The color palette played also an important role in this project and served as a strong connection between the simple design and the inviting atmosphere elements, while enhancing the products’ features.

Barzzeloneta by deFORMA Estudio Creativo, Guadalajara – México

September 4th, 2017

Architectural and image design Project for the remodeling of a Beauty and Spa Salon.

Wave of buckets by Factor Eficiencia and 5468796 architecture, Mexico City – Mexico

August 25th, 2017

The 100.0 m² temporary pavilion uses common painter’s buckets as its building blocks, connecting them together via an expansive grid of ropes. In the Mexican capital these objects are typically used to claim a piece of street by “viene viene” entrepreneurs, who operate outside the government’s oversight and aggressively charge drivers wishing to park.

Charanda by Sociedad Anónima, Mexico

August 19th, 2017


For the bottle’s design, we took inspiration from old formats, using smooth lines.

Guateque co-working offices by Estudio Atemporal, Mexico City – Mexico

July 14th, 2017

Inside the co-working building, which is called Guateque, the existing structure is left exposed and complemented with custom-made furnishings, including wooden desks and bright rugs, and lots of greenery.

Gelatoscopio ice cream shop by Esrawe and Cadena, Mexico

May 12th, 2017

A combination of different-sized circular elements feature a mix of graphics, the menu and also magnifying, kaleidoscopic and mirrored “lenses” that stimulate interaction.

Américas 1500 by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos, Guadalajara – Mexico

May 10th, 2017

The lowest volume houses the hotel, and the three volumes above it are allocated to office use by three different corporations, each occupying one volume in its entirety.

Banorte Financial Group office by BROISSIN, Tlalpan – Mexico

May 4th, 2017

We decided to have four inner courtyards open to the interior of the offices, which in addition to mitigating the light problem well, also physically ordering and sectioning departments by optimizing each plant functionally.