Mexican Architecture Developments – Mexico

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Architecture Developments in Mexico

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Mexican Architecture Developments. We aim to include interesting design-led Mexican architecture projects.

We cover completed Mexican buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Mexico. The focus is on contemporary Mexican buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

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

Mexican Buildings : D-L

Mexican Architecture Developments : M-P (this page)

Mexican Building Designs :  Q-Z

Mexico Architectural Developments – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

Mini-Studio, Colonia Del Valle, Mexico City
Mini-Studio Mexico City
photo : Onnis Luque

Mexican Studio Building – 23 Apr 2012
Using trapezoidal shapes and with a careful control of perspective, vanishing points are emphasized, achieving a dynamic and fluid space that awakens imagination while stimulating creativity. This building, limited to only 27sqm of footprint, is nested in a small gap originally occupied by a storage-room (between 3 existing constructions), in the backyard of a middle-class house in Mexico City.

Nestlé Application Group, Queretaro
Michel Rojkind Arquitectos
Nestlé Application Group Queretaro
photo © Paúl Rivera/

Nestlé Building Queretaro
A pair of factory additions for the Nestlé Company. The first commission consists of a vestibule for one of its chocolate factories in the outskirts of Toluca, near Mexico City; it is a structure of sloped plains attached to the existing factory that will serve as the central core for a future museum. The second commission located in Queretaro’s industrial zone, is a laboratory for development of new products, packaging center and a satellite office for its product technology center located in Maryville which focuses on the development of new drinking products.

New Tamayo Museum
BIG + Rojkind Arquitectos
New Tamayo Museum
picture : Glessner Group

New Tamayo Museum building
Set upon a steep hillside in Atizapan on the outskirts of Mexico’s largest metropolis will soon sit the New Tamayo Museum which will serve as a nucleus of education and culture, locally, regionally, and internationally. Named after the Oaxacan born artist Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991) The very strong and symbolic shape of the cross is a direct interpretation of the client’s preliminary program studies that defined the museums optimal functionality. The main concept of this contemporary Mexican building is an “OPENED BOX” that unfolds, opens and invites the visitors inside.

Selection of Mexican Architecture Developments, alphabetical:

Maralta Apartments, Marina Ixtapa
Jorge Hernández De La Garza
Maralta Apartments México
image from architect

Maralta Apartments
Mexico City Tower – Design
Mexican Architecture Competition
Barrio de Los Paracaidistas
image from architect
Mexican City Tower
Mikve Rajel, Lomas de Tecamachalco
Pascal Arquitectos
Mikve Rajel México
photograph : Víctor Benítez

Mikve Rajel
M.N.ROY Club, Mexico City
Chic By Accident
M.N.ROY Club Mexico City
photo : Ramiro Chaves

M.N.ROY Club
Mourning House, Mexico City
Pascal Arquitectos
Mexican House
photo : Víctor Benítez

Mexican House
Museo del Acero, Monterrey
Grimshaw Architects
Museum of Steel Monterrey
image from Grimshaw

Museo del Acero building
Museum – Memory + Tolerance, Mexico City
Arditti + RDT Architects
Museum of Memory and Tolerance Mexico
photo : Arq. Arturo Arditti

Museum of Memory and Tolerance Mexico
Nativity Church Competition, Culiacan
Pascal Arquitectos
Nativity Church Competition
image from architect

Nativity Church Culiacan
Nisha Bar-Lounge, Mexico City
Pascal Arquitectos
Mexico City Bar
photograph : Jaime Navarro

Mexico City Bar
Nisha Bar-Lounge Acapulco, Mexico
Pascal Arquitectos
Mexico City Bar
photograph : Sófocles Hernández

Nisha Bar-Lounge Acapulco
OCA restaurant, Mexico City
Entasis Arquitectos
OCA restaurant Mexico
photograph : Jaime Navarro

OCA restaurant
Oficinas Ogilvy, México City
BIOMAH + SerranoMonjaraz Arquitectos
Oficinas Ogilvy
photograph from architects

Oficinas Ogilvy
Origami Building, Cuernavaca
REC Arquitectura Y Construccion
Origami Building
picture from architect

Origami Building
Pabellón Cultural de la República
SerranoMonjaraz Arquitectos
Pabellón Cultural de la República Los Cabos Baja California Sur México
photograph : Juan Pablo Serrano O.

Pabellón Cultural de la República
Pabellon en el Bosque, Valle de Bravo, Parque Humano
Pabellon en el Bosque
photo : Paul Rivera, ArchPhoto

Pabellon en el Bosque
Paseo Acoxpa, south of México City
Grupo Arquitech
Paseo Acoxpa Mexico
image from architect

Mexican Retail Building
Pedregal Shopping Center Mexico City
Pascal Arquitectos
Mexico City Shopping Center
image from Pascal Arquitectos

Mexican Shopping Center
Petatglass, Cuernavaca, central México
REC Arquitectura Y Construccion
Petatglass Building
picture from architect

Cuernavaca Building
Plaza Residences, Mexico City
Migdal Arquitectos
Plaza Residences Mexico City
photo from architect

Plaza Residences
Puerta Alameda, Mexico City
SerranoMonjaraz Arquitectos
Puerta Alameda México
photograph : Pedro Hiriart

Puerta Alameda

More Mexican Architecture Developments online soon

Mexican Office Buildings

To see all listed projects on a single map please follow this link.

Mexico City Buildings

Mexico Architecture Tours

Full List of Mexico Buildings

New Houses

Mexican Architecture Exhibition : Enrique Norten
Enrique Norten design
picture from architects

Mexican Architect – Rojkind arquitectos

Mexican Landscape Architecture Competition
Mexican Architecture Competition : CHICHEN ITZA 2008

Buildings / photos for the Mexican Architecture Developments page welcome

Mexico Architecture Developments