Mexico City Walking Tours, Mexican Building Guides, Architectural Walks, Architects
Mexico City Architecture Tours
Mexican Architecture Guides – Exclusive Building Walks tailor made for Groups by e-architect
post updated 27 Apr 2020
Mexico City Walking Tours
Contact e-architect for your walking guide on isabelle(at)e-architect.co.uk
Mexico City Architecture Tour: Exclusive Guided Walks
Our Mexico City guided tours are all tailored to suit each booking, we do not allow for bookings to be joined. Our Mexican guided tours are all exclusive to each client.
Please contact is you are arranging an office trip, a conference, or university trip in Mexico.
Mexico City Introduction
Mexico City is located roughly central to the country. It is the largest city in Mexico. Celebrated 20th Century Mexican buildings include Casa Luis Barragan and Capilla de Tlalpan, Torres Satélite, all designed by Mexican architect Luis Barragán.
Significant contemporary Mexican buildings include Habita Hotel, Nestlé Chocolate Museum, Tori-Tori Restaurant, Mourning House and the M.N.ROY Club. All these buildings can be visited on our Mexico City Architecture Tours.
Famous architects with buildings in Mexico City include Rojkind Arquitectos, Richard Meier & Partners Architects, FREE | Fernando Romero EnterprisE and David Chipperfield Architects. Other key architects with work in Mexico City include Bunker Arquitectura, Arditti + RDT Architects, Pascal Arquitectos and FRENTEarquitectura.
Mexico City Architecture Walking Tours
Mexico City Architectural Tours can focus on traditional buildings, contemporary buildings or both. The Mexico City Architecture Tour is typically an introduction to the city’s main buildings, but it can be tailored to your group’s interests.
BBVA Bancomer Tower in Mexico City by Rogers, Stirk Harbour + Partners with Legorreta + Legorreta:
photo © Dolores Robles-Martinez
Walking Tours of Mexico City can involve basic advice ahead of trips about types and areas of Mexican buildings. We try to accommodate your architectural interests on our Mexican Architecture Tours.
We can assist your itinerary preparation by providing information on geographical areas and building types ahead of your Mexican architectural tour. For example a group interested in Mexico City office buildings could receive information that allows a tour programme to be agreed prior to their visit to Mexico.
Visitors can be met from the airport, their accommodation, or at the starting point of their architecture walking tour in Mexico.
Quinta Everest, Apodaca, Nuevo León building design by Deruiz Arquitectos:
photography : The Raws / Francisco Álvarez
Quinta Everest in Nuevo León, Mexico Party Pavilion
Mexico City Walking Tours
Contact Isabelle Lomholt to arrange your Mexican architectural tour on mob. +44 (0)7952 149814 or isabelle(at)e-architect.co.uk
Payments for the guide / guides must be made in full prior to the México architectural tour.
e-architect also organise architecture walking tours in other cities such as Miami, Rio de Janeiro, New York City, Barcelona, Edinburgh, Madrid, London and Glasgow.
Building Tour Guides
Selection of architectural tours by e-architect:
Mexican Capital City Architecture
Major architectural designs in recent decades:
Design: FREE | Fernando Romero EnterprisE
Cineteca Nacional del Siglo XXI
Design: Rojkind Arquitectos
Cineteca Nacional del Siglo XXI Mexico
Design: RSH+P with Legorreta + Legorreta
Key recent architectural designs:
Citica, Monterrey, México building design by Miró Rivera Architects and Ibarra Aragón Arquitectura:
photography : Adrián Llaguno and Miró Rivera Architects
Citica Mixed-Use Building Development Monterrey
Solaz Los Cabos Hotel, San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur, México building design by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos:
photography : Rafael Gamo
Solaz Los Cabos Hotel in San José del Cabo
New Mexican Buildings
picture : Esteban Suárez
Mexican Architects – selection of key architectural offices in this country
Mexican Buildings – selection of key contemporary properties in the country
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