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EB 4- Mexico in Concrete

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With this issue dedicated to architecture recently built in Mexico with exposed concrete or apparent concrete, we started a line that aims to show how architects from different countries are addressing the formal repercussions and expressive possibilities of the use of that material and the constructive techniques that make it possible.

In this last issue we have had the guidance of Ernesto Alva, a good connoisseur of Mexican architecture, as well as being an architect, professor of architecture faculty at UNAM and president of Mexico's biennial architecture since 1994, he is the author of numerous publications on Mexican architecture and coordinator of the essential "Architecture Guide of Mexico City".

Collection En Blanco, 2010
Pages 134
Language Spanish, English
Format 23 x 28 cm,  soft cover

THE ALLEY HOUSE. MÉXICO DF
dmp Arquitectura

CASA LARGA. MÉRIDA, YUCATÁN. 2003
Augusto Quijano Arquitectos

DATAFLUX TOWER. SAN PEDRO GARZA GARCIA, NUEVO LEON
Agustin Landa Vertiz

JUAREZ COMPLEX - EXTERNAL RELATIONS SECRETARIAT. CIUDAD DE MÉXICO
Legorreta + Legorreta

ESTUDIO EXPLANADA. LOMAS DE CHAPULTEPEC, MEXICO D.F.
Tatiana Bilbao y at 103

UNIVERSITY MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART - CENTRO CULTURAL UNIVERSITARIO UNAM
Teodoro González de León

TERMINAL 2, INTERNACIONAL AIRPORT BENITO JUÁREZ AT MÉXICO CITY MÉXICO, FEDERAL DISTRICT.
J. Francisco Serrano, Susana García Fuertes y Pablo Serrano Orozco M. en C. Luis Sánchez Estrada

COMPLEX “REFORMA 222”. MÉXICO D.F.
Teodoro González de León

APARTMENT’S CONDOMINIUM BASALTO. HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CUMBRES DE SANTA FE. MEXICO, FEDERAL DISTRICT
J. Francisco Serrano, Susana García Fuertes y Pablo Serrano

TDA HOUSE. PUERTO ESCONDIDO, OAXACA
Eduardo Cadaval & Clara Solà-Morales

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