Museo Soumaya

The Spectacular Museo Soumaya Shines Brightly in Mexico City

Museo Soumaya has a Secret By Denise Allen Zwicker. Free-style structure, invisible now, made its unique façade a reality The new Museo Soumaya in Mexico City has been described as “dazzling,” “a trapezoid in motion,” “a shiny silver

Rojkind Arquitectos' Tori Tori Restaurant has a Green Wall and a Funky Organic Facade | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Rojkind Arquitectos' Tori Tori Restaurant has a Green Wall and a Funky Organic Facade

Rojkind Arquitectos' Tori Tori Restaurant has a Green Wall and a Funky Organic Facade | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

museo soumaya - mexico city mexico - fr-ee + fernando romero enterprise - photo by rafael gamo

Gallery of Museo Soumaya / FR-EE Fernando Romero Enterprise - 8

Museo Soumaya - Mexico City, Mexico - Free + Fernando Romero Enterprise - photo by Rafael Gamo .

new architecture / Insurgentes / Mexico City.

new architecture / Insurgentes / Mexico City.

Museo Soumaya in Polanco, Mexico City - The Soumaya museum was conceived as a sculptural building that is both unique and contemporary. Its avant-garde morphology and typology define a new paradigm in the history of mexican and international architecture. Bing Images

Soumaya art museum

Museo Soumaya - an art museum in Mexico City, Mexico; designed by the Mexican architect Fernando Romero, and engineered with Ove Arup and Frank Gehry

Pavillon polonais à l'EXPO 2010

The Polish pavilion designed for Shanghai EXPO 2010 by the WWAA Architects. The pavilion features a perforated façade, inspired by traditional Polish folk-art paper cutouts. design inspiration, architecture, luxury homes

Patzcuaro, Michoacan, México.  THe native materials of mexico are what give each of the churches their unique feel.  The different cities with their milenial history and craft traditions also help make a voyage from city to city unique.

Church in Patzcuaro, Michoacan, México. The native materials of Mexico are what give each of the churches their unique feel.

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