Desert X 2021: a wishing-well addressing access to potable water in Africa, a crafted maze exploring the desert as a cross-cultural border space, and an architectural installation questioning relativity and time between terrestrial land and outer space are among the best landscape art installations on show.
From archi-bullying to flamboyant ego-towers. We look into US elections with a Trumpitecture architectural perspective.
It all started from the agave, the base ingredient of tequila, and a trip to Mexico – then it took a lot of computer work and welding. That’s how the agave-inspired limited-edition set by Julian Mayor and Maestro DOBEL® tequila was born.
California-based studio Rael San Fratello has re-imagined the US-Mexico border wall installing pink seesaws that allowed children and adults from both sides to play together.
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 AZULIK Art Center by Roth features sustainable biomorphic concrete volumes and floating bridges which seem to naturally grow from the Mexican wilderness.
If Trump won’t be able to build the US-Mexico border wall after the midterm elections, you can still build it in your own living room thanks to the new Lego-style kit by Keep and Bear.
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.
Back from Mexico City! Archipanic explored Design Week Mexico 2018 on the fair’s 10th anniversary. Pitch black furniture and vibrant interiors meshing indoor and outdoor but also designs inspired by Mexican women’s charisma and outer space reflections. Check what we liked the most!
A bookshelf with rotating vertical panels, a table with a base which can be flipped upside down and two chairs with an understated imprint. At Design Week Mexico, Esrawe studio went ‘total black’ with the INTERVALO furniture collection.
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.
The best of Mexico Design Week is on Pinterest – explore our dedicated board!
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.
Frida Escobedo’s Serpentine Pavilion 2018 harnesses a subtle interplay of light, water and geometry. The Mexican architect is the 18th and youngest architect to accept the invitation to design the long awaited temporary structure in the Serpentine Gallery lawn in Kensington Gardens, London.
Trump’s wall and the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) splitting the Korean peninsula in two… These border walls are just the tip of a global iceberg. Archipanic explores protectionist and divisive constructions across Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Whether Trump’s dream to erect a US-Mexico border wall comes true or not, should the built prototypes rising near San Diego be protected as an architectural proof of the spirit of the times?
Semi-liquid pastel-coloured stone, porous lava-rock vessels and responsible radiators. 6 emerging Mexican designers mesh traditional crafts with urban style.
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.
Which are the fronts that architects can tackle in order to improve people’s life? We examine eight fronts and key topics explored by must-see exhibitions at Venice Architecture Biennale 2016.
ArchiPanic’s preview of Miami Art & Design week focuses on some of the most impressive Latin American designs, installations and parties in the so called Magic City.
At Milan Expo 2015 international architects designed sustainable and temporary national pavilions in name of the fair motto “Feed the planet”.
Cooperativa Panoràmica presents MONO, a furniture collection that creates a monochromatic camouflage puzzling different materials.