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post updated 1 June 2021 ; 28 Mar 2021

Entasis Arquitectos – Key Projects

Featured Buildings / Interiors by Entasis Arquitectos, alphabetical:

BIKO Mexico – Restaurant
Date built: 2008
BIKO Restaurant Mexico interior Entasis
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BIKO Mexico
The architectural design is partly inspired in the approach of the chefs Mikel Alonso and Bruno Oteiza (disciples of Jean Marie Arzak) through the tasting of dishes and wines where the traditional flavours of the Basque cuisine and its evolution create a new concept of clear duality.

OCA restaurant, Mexico City
Date built: 2010
OCA restaurant Polanco Mexico City
photograph : Jaime Navarro
OCA restaurant
The Project is located in a set of houses built in the forties, in a block of the Polanco neighbourhood in Mexico City. The block has been subjected through the years to an endless number of constant and repeated alterations, not only in its architecture but also in its purpose (from residential to commercial). Nowadays very little remains of what was originally a well structured block, with a formal and well defined clarity.

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Location: Colonia Condesa, México, North America

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Entasis Arquitectos are based in Colonia Condesa, México D.F.

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Mexican Buildings – Selection

Black House, Valle de Bravo, Mexico
Design: bgp arquitectura
Casa Negra, Valle de Bravo home Mexico
photograph : Rafael Gamo
Casa Negra
The exposed concrete canopy emphasizes views and deals with an anachronistic local code on context which calls for typical-construction looking elements and materials such as pitched roofs with Spanish tile simply by flipping it. In this way, views and orientation of the house towards south makes sense blocking sun on summer not on winter.

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

La Estancia Chapel
Design: Bunker Arquitectura
Mexican chapel
photo: Megs Inniss
Mexican chapel

Torre Cube – Office Block tower, Guadalajara
Design: Carme Pinós
Torre Cube
photograph : Lourdes Grobet
Torre Cube

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