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Casa Grobet, San Jerónimo Lídice, Ciudad de México, 1967 x Manuel Larrosa Foto: Lisa Grobet

Casa Grobet, San Jerónimo Lídice, Ciudad de México, 1967 x Manuel Larrosa Foto: Lisa Grobet

Gracias a la moda de los jardines verticales, estamos constatando una tendencia en el diseño arquitectónico: estructuras cubiertas en gran parte por vegetación.

One central park: un original proyecto sustentable que cambia de color en cada estación

Architecture Photography: sergio-gomez-1 (845) Like this.

Orquideorama / Plan B Architects + JPRCR Architects

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Live among the trees - Chipicas Town Houses / Alejandro Sanchez Garcia Arquitectos

A student flat of only 10 square meters is currently exhibited at the Virserum Art Museum in the county Småland, Sweden.

A student flat of only 10 square meters is currently exhibited at the Virserum Art Museum in the county Småland, Sweden. from Tengbom Architects

Museo Jumex is an art museum in the Nuevo Polanco district of Mexico City. It was opened in 2013 and receives 300,000 visitors a year. The museum gives a home to artworks by Gabriel Orozco and Carlos Amorales as well as international artists such as Olafur Eliasson and Tacita Dean. The building has a circular stairwell of polished concrete walls lined in steel panels painted matt black.

Are these the best 30 buildings in the world? Incredible architecture

Museo Jumex, Mexico City, Mexico, by David Chipperfield Architects and Taller Abierto de Arquitectura y Urbanismo (TAAU).

Vista de la entrada, Casa Particular de Manuel Larrosa, calle Tepexpan 14, Barrio del Niño Jesús, Coyoacán, DF 1962 Arq. Manuel Larrosa - Casa se ​​utilizó para la primera exposición del ‘Museo Dinamico”, presentada por El Museo de Arte ContemporaneoView of the entrance, Private house of architect Manuel Larrosa, calle Tepexpan 14, Coyoacan, Mexico City 1962House was used for the first exhibition of the ‘Museo Dinamico’, presented by The Museum of Contemporary Art in 1962

Vista de la entrada, Casa Particular de Manuel Larrosa, calle Tepexpan 14, Barrio del Niño Jesús, Coyoacán, DF 1962 Arq. Manuel Larrosa - Casa se ​​utilizó para la primera exposición del ‘Museo Dinamico”, presentada por El Museo de Arte ContemporaneoView of the entrance, Private house of architect Manuel Larrosa, calle Tepexpan 14, Coyoacan, Mexico City 1962House was used for the first exhibition of the ‘Museo Dinamico’, presented by The Museum of Contemporary Art in 1962

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