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30 Jun 2018
Foro Boca Concert Hall Shortlisted at World Architecture Festival 2018 Awards

Foro Boca Concert Hall, Boca Del Río, is one of 536 shortlisted entries across 81 countries:

World Architecture Festival Awards 2018 Shortlist

8 Feb 2018
Foro Boca, Boca Del Rio, Veracruz, Mexico
Foro Boca in Veracruz
photograph : Jaime Navarro Courtesy of Rojkind Arquitectos
Foro Boca
The Foro Boca concert hall in Boca del Río, is located at a prominent site where the Jamapa River and the Gulf of Mexico converge.
Boca del Río and the adjoining historic port of Veracruz have long been commercially significant but have also become a strategic zone for organized crime. In order to foster social cohesion and reduce illegal activities, local authorities started a philharmonic orchestra with two main objectives: to provide high-quality concerts and offer music programs for children. In 2014, Rojkind Arquitectos won the commission for this federally funded permanent facility in an invited competition.

Foro Ciel, Mexico City
Design: Rojkind arquitectos + AGENT
Foro Ciel Mexico
picture : Jaime Navarro

Foro Ciel Mexico City – 3 Apr 2013
As part of an ongoing collaboration with The Coca-Cola Company, Rojkind Arquitectos together with AGENT worked on the design of Foro Ciel, the physical space which will house the content for the Transformadora Ciel programs. The building emerged from a dull space – flat roof and helipad – into a productive co-working center, surrounded by green areas.

Portal of Awareness, Mexico
Design led by architect Michel Rojkind
Portal of Awareness Mexico City Paseo de la Reforma
photo © Jaime Navarro, courtesy of arquitectos

Rojkind Arquitectos – latest design – 9 Nov 2012
This portal, conceived through spatial design, activated by the city dwellers and the everyday stimuli of Mexico City’s life, becomes a new public piece in one of the city’s most important avenues, Paseo de la Reforma. Nescafé comissioned 8 artists(Francisco Serrano, Mario Schjetnan, Bernardo Gómez-Pimienta, Fernanda Canales, Manuel Cervantes, Alejandro Quintanilla and Alejandro Castro) to develop specific installations with the basic requirement of utilizing a maximum of 1500 metal coffee mugs.

Cineteca Nacional del Siglo XXI, Mexico City
Design led by architects Michel Rojkind, Gerardo Salinas
Cineteca Nacional del Siglo XXI
image from architects firm

Cineteca Nacional del Siglo XXI Mexico – 13 Jul 2011
This Mexican architectural practice has been awarded the project for Mexico’s “Cineteca Nacional del Siglo XXI”
The National Council for Culture and the Arts (CONACULTA) has announced that the “Cineteca Nacional del Siglo XXI” project has been awarded to Rojkind Arquitectos.

Rojkind Arquitectos – Key Projects

Featured Developments by Michel Rojkind Arquitectos, alphabetical:

Museo Tamayo – New Tamayo Museum – Competition, nr Mexico City
Design with BIG
New Tamayo Museum
image from BIG Architects

New Tamayo Museum – 4 May 2009
Michel Rojkind and BIG win cultural competition in Mexico: 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.

Nestlé Application Group, Queretaro, Mexico
Date built: 2009
Nestlé Application Group
photo © Paúl Rivera/archphoto.com
Nestlé Application Group
This Mexican building 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.
While the exterior is opaque, metallic and impenetrable in appearance, the interior of these boxes painted in different colors, have an almost theatrical quality to them.
The construction of these buildings implied the translation of spatial forms was to be done in a different constructive manner, in a simple almost colloquial way, which allowed the local workers to fabricate the foam like spherical space from the physical intersection of the spherical cupolas made of rebar rings and arches.

Nestlé Chocolate Museum, Paseo Tollocan, Toluca, Mexico City
Date built: 2007

Ordos 100 Villa, Inner Mongolia, China
Date: 2009-
Ordos 100 Villa
image from arquitectos
Ordos 100 Villa

Santa Fe towers, Mexico City, Mexico
Date built: 2005
180 residential units; hotel on 28th storey; retail

Tori-Tori Restaurant, Mexico City
Dates built: 2009-11
Tori-Tori Restaurant
image from architecture studio
Tori-Tori Restaurant

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Absolute Competition shortlist – tower, Toronto, Canada

Location:Paseo de la Reforma 509, piso 7- Oficinas A&B. Col. Cuauhtémoc, México D.F




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