Tag Armando Ascorve Morales

Red Arquitectos, Apartment 23 in Boca del Río Veracruz

08-10-2019

Red Arquitectos, Apartment 23 in Boca del Río Veracruz

The Mexican studio Red Arquitectos, directed by Susana Lopez, has created, in a residential tower in Boca del Río Veracruz, the interior design of an apartment with a sea view. A project that starts from scratch, designed to welcome friends in a warm and convivial atmosphere.

Hamaca Juice Bar by Red Arquitectos in Veracruz, a hit.

20-09-2018

Hamaca Juice Bar by Red Arquitectos in Veracruz, a hit.

The Mexican architecture firm Red Arquitectos, headed by Susana López González, has added the third venue of the Hamaca Juego Bar series in Veracruz after the first two juice bars - also in Veracruz - were such a great hit.

Frank Club in Veracruz by RED Arquitectos

26-10-2017

Frank Club in Veracruz by RED Arquitectos

The RED Arquitectos team lead by Susana Lopéz is behind the interior of a very unusual venue in Boca del Río, Veracruz.

RED Arquitectos design a Concept Store in Veracruz

01-09-2017

RED Arquitectos design a Concept Store in Veracruz

Simoné Joyería is a small concept store in Veracruz, Mexico.

RED Arquitectos: Emilio Bistró in Boca del Río, Veracruz

06-04-2017

RED Arquitectos: Emilio Bistró in Boca del Río, Veracruz

Architect Susana Lopez and her team from RED Arquitectos have designed the interiors of Emilio Bistró, a restaurant in Boca del Río, south of the Mexican port city of Veracruz.

Hamaca Juice Bar 2, RED Arquitectos

13-10-2016

Hamaca Juice Bar 2, RED Arquitectos

On the back of the success with Hamaca Juice Bar in Veracruz in 2015, RED Arquitectos led by Susana López González has replicated with a second venue: Hamaca Juice Bar 2 A successful combination of fine architecture and interior design and the desire to serve healthy food within the reach of everyone.

Armando Ascorve - architecture, interaction and light

30-10-2015

Armando Ascorve - architecture, interaction and light

Armando Ascorve, photographer of architecture from Veracruz, Mexico, portrays human interaction and the way it gives significance to the architectural context which is made to be lived in. Armando Ascorve starts doing architectural photography through his profession as a marketing and advertising consultant. His encounter with architectural photography is one of those classical “circumstances of life” which he has in common with many of the photographers we have presented on our blog who are able to express their own particular view of the built up environment surrounding us.  Thanks to his studies at Xalapa Film and Photography School, Armando Ascorve intensely explored the subject of image and visual communication. This training is evident in the excellently balanced composition and marked publicity power he achieves in his photographic research.  Besides being present and filtering through his marketing studies, such talent is all the more important nowadays due to the fact that the world is increasingly dominated by representations of objects and architecture but not their essential qualities. It all started with a shooting for the RED arquitectos studio. This caused Armando Ascorve to rediscover his great passion for architecture, which had been latent for years, along with his interest in people and great desire to communicate focusing on built up space and the planners' intentions.  According to the young Mexican photographer, the purpose of architectural photography is to find the point of interaction with human beings since the very core of architecture is that it should be created for people.  In addition to the relationship between people and architecture, light is another key element in Armando Ascorve's pictures. Natural light is the preferable choice used to underline architectonic details and convey all the information needed for the spectator to get an idea of the project plan while creating a first-rate example of visual communication in his photographs. Consequently, this  leads to the development of photographic essays where light becomes a messenger of harmonious rhythm, as life should be, true to the famous quote by Alberto Campo Baeza  “Architectura sine luce nulla architectura est” (Architecture without light is not architecture). Perhaps it is a dream, but we still have to dream. Christiane Bürklein (@chrisbuerklein) Armando Ascorve www.armandoascorve.com www.burostudio.com Instagram @aascorve Twitter @aascorve Facebook/ aascorvecreativephotography /  Behance https://www.behance.net/BuroStudio LinkedIN Armando Ascorve Morales  500px https://500px.com/aascorve  Flickr aascorve89 armando ascorve 

Hamaca Juice Bar by RED Arquitectos in Veracruz, Mexico

02-07-2015

Hamaca Juice Bar by RED Arquitectos in Veracruz, Mexico

Mexican architecture firm, RED Arquitectos headed by Susana López González has created a small but friendly refreshment space in Veracruz, in the Gulf of Mexico.

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