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post updated 15 May 2023


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We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Mexican Buildings with links to hundreds of individual project pages for specific buildings in México. We aim to include excellent quality 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.

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Mexico Architecture – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

GL31 Residential Building
Design: Pascal Arquitectos
GL31 Mexican Buildings
image from architect
GL31 Residential Building – 9 May 2013
GL31 turned to be even more complex because of the irregular shape of the plot, the entrance is in one street and the exit in a different one with two pedestrian entrances, and to all this we have to add the amount of interior spaces left because there is no access to the street, which makes it a architectural commercial and functional challenge. Finally these interior apartments ended up being the best ones because they are far away from the noise of the street, with an enriching social environment.

House by the River, Bosque de los Dinamos, México City
Design: José Alfonso Quiñones Ríos
House by the River Mexico
photo : Erick Reyes
House by the River – 25 Apr 2013
The Magdalena River descends from the forest of Los Dinamos, and is the last living river in Mexico City. This location and the proximity to the river give very specific characteristics to the land, despite the fact that it has been overtaken by the city, it still preserves an immediate country environment.

La Peninsula, Marina Vallarta, western Mexico
Design: Pascal Arquitectos
La Peninsula Mexican Buildings
image from architect studio
La Peninsula Marina Vallarta – 9 Apr 2013
The guidelines upon which this project was developed are based in two concepts: one that allows a maximum exploitation of possibilities without falling on a typical saturated low range residence, and a second one, very important too, to obtain an acceptable investment return estimate.

Heineken House, Polanco, Mexico City
Design: Art Arquitectos
Heineken House
photo : Paul Czitron
Heineken House Mexico City – 13 Jun 2012
The project for the Heineken bar and corporate offices of Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma Heineken Mexico located in a big house in the Polanco area of Mexico City – catalogued as historic patrimony by INBA – was selected through a competition organized by the client.

El restaurante Azul Histórico, Ciudad de México
Design: Diseño Ka
Azul Histórico Mexican Buildings
photo from architects office
Restaurant Building in México – 14 Jun 2012
The Azul Histórico restaurant is located half a block from the fantastic Madero walker and right in front of the traditional Spanish Casino. It began its operation at the beginning of 2012 and is part of the new Downtown hotel and that of the successful Azul restaurant family, located in different parts of Mexico City.

El Plaza Condesa, México
Design: Antonio Muñohierro + Esrawe Studio
El Plaza Condesa Building
photograph : Paúl Rivera
El Plaza Condesa – 9 May 2012
A space conceived to dignify musical expressions. Made in collaboration with OCESA: a leading company in the entertainment industry in Mexico.

Mexican Buildings

Selection of Mexican Architecture, alphabetical:

Da Vinci Apartments Mexico
Design: Pascal Arquitectos
Mexican Apartments
photo : Jaime Navarro + Sófocles Hernández
Mexican Apartments
This condominium tower includes 38 apartments. The service areas include a multi-purpose room, paddle tennis court, open swimming pool at the roof garden, lounge, and spa.

El Secreto, Chimalistac, Mexico DF.
Pascal Arquitectos
El Secreto México
image from architects
Secret Guest House

Filadelfia Corporate Suites, Mexico City
Design: Bunker Arquitectura
Filadelfia Corporate Suites
photo : Fabiola Menchelli
Filadelfia Corporate Suites

Galileo Apartments, Mexico City
Pascal Arquitectos
Galileo Apartments Mexican Buildings
photo : Sófocles Hernández
Galileo Apartments

Goldsmith Apartment building, Mexico City
Pascal Arquitectos
Apartment building México City
image from architect firm
Goldsmith Apartment building

Gran Terraza Lomas Verdes, E. de México
Grupo Arquitech
Gran Terraza Lomas Verdes
photo : Paul Czitrom
Gran Terraza Lomas Verdes

Hotel Sheraton, Mexico City
Pascal Arquitectos
Mexico City Building
image from Pascal Arquitectos
Mexico City Building

José Vasconcelos Library, Mexico City
Pascal Arquitectos
Mexican Library Building
image from Pascal Arquitectos
Mexican Public Library Building

Jules Cocktail Bar, Mexico City
Chic By Accident
Jules Cocktail Bar Mexico City
photo : Ramiro Chaves
Jules Cocktail Bar

La Caracola seashore house, Guerrero
Paul Cremoux Studio
La Caracola seashore house
photo : PCW and Roberto Beltran
La Caracola seashore house, west México

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

Lomas Verdes Community, Mexico City
Lomas Verdes Housing Mexican Buildings
picture from architect practice
New Mexican Housing

Lookout tower house, Yucatán
PLUG architecture
Lookout tower house
photograph : Román Cordero
Mexican Lookout tower house

Lookout Point & Cafe, Jalisco
Dellekamp Arquitectos + C. Rodríguez
Parque Mirador Building
image from architects office
Parque Mirador Independencia

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Location: Mexico, North America

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Mexico Architecture Designs – chronological list

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Torre BBVA Bancomer Mexican Buildings
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Full List of Mexico Buildings

Architectural Walking Tours

Mexican Architecture Exhibition : Enrique Norten
Mexican Buildings by Enrique Norten design
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Buildings / photos for the Mexican Architecture page welcome