Tag Luis Gordoa

Coffee and local history: Arquetipo’s Casa Zaragoza

20-05-2021

Coffee and local history: Arquetipo’s Casa Zaragoza

Arquetipo Arquitectura Práctica built Casa Zaragoza, a café in the heart of the city of Veracruz, in the Mexican state of the same name: a convivial place where history meets the contemporary world, in a welcoming atmosphere where the architects expertly use traditional materials to create a spatial narration with a contemporary appeal.

Open Arquitectura’s Amura Tower in Veracruz

03-05-2021

Open Arquitectura’s Amura Tower in Veracruz

Carlos Ramos de la Medina and Ricardo Fernández Rivero of Mexican architectural studio Open Arquitectura have completed a record-breaking construction in their hometown, Veracruz. The Torre Amura residential tower is the tallest building on the Mexican coast, but the architects minimise its impact on the coastline using passive design solutions.

Impetus, café and coffee roasting in Veracruz by RED Arquitectos

25-06-2018

Impetus, café and coffee roasting in Veracruz by RED Arquitectos

Veracruz-based Mexican architecture firm RED Arquitectos has a great gift for understanding the wishes of clients and turning them into something real.

Cano Briceño: Café and Estudio 5 for artists

25-01-2012

Cano Briceño: Café and Estudio 5 for artists

Alfredo Cano Briceño shows the world of design that it is possible “to make something out of nothing”, constructing a sustainable building using recycled materials with a high expressive potential, in a contemporary project in which architecture is at the service of art and culture in the context of a place of entertainment.

Cano Briceño: La Semilla home in Jiutepec

04-10-2011

Cano Briceño: La Semilla home in Jiutepec

The La Semilla home in Jiutepec, Mexico is a project for integration between the natural and built environments that makes it impossible to identify the boundary between landscape and interior: the vegetation surrounds the building and the building is designed on the basis of the vegetation. Glass and cement reinforce the concept of living without barriers and without spatial definitions.

Cano Briceño: the home of the pianoforte

11-07-2011

Cano Briceño: the home of the pianoforte

This home designed by Alfredo Cano Briceño for a musician in Puebla, in the mountainous centre of Mexico, is an architecture of the unfinished, in which the many structural and decorative materials are used in their unfinished form and create an apparent form which is in actual fact constantly evolving.

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