Estadio Diablos Rojos by FGP Atelier tops Mexican pyramids-inspired architectures with a roof aptly-shaped in the form of a devil’s tail – referring to the local ‘Red Devils’ baseball team – to bring people together.
The hope and vulnerability in the wake of the earthquake, Mexican women’s charisma and millennial’s lifestyle but also planets and satellites’ movements and reflections inspired these 7 Mexican studios at the INÉDITO exhibition.
At Design Week Mexico 2018, the Design house exhibition invited some of the country’s most cutting-edge studios to blur the lines between indoor and outdoor, natural and urban for a more intimate and human-based interior design.
Recinto, a volcanic rock used for centuries in Central America to create crafts encounters a minimalist and contemporary design in David Pompa’s META lighting designs.
Disfunctional homes, Swiss-Mexican collaborations and ephemeral public installations surrounded by greenery. Mexico Design Week 2017 boosted the country’s thriving design vibe in the wake of deadly earthquakes.
Wallpaper brand Grow House Grow by Katie Deedy links graphically different cultures in search of a common ground and plays with the concept of sister cityhood and twin towns.