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3D-knitted Formwork Pavilion By Zaha Hadid Architects and ETH Zurich

Zaha Hadid Architects and ETH Zurich developed a double-curved concrete shelled pavilion, constructed using a 3D-knitted formwork. Displayed in Mexico City the pavilion named KnitCandela was built using KnitCrete – a new 3D-knitted textile technology for creating curving concrete structures, without the need for expensive and time-consuming moulds. The colourful pavilion is called KnitCandela in homage to the work of Spanish-Mexican…

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El Moro | Cadena Asociados

El Moro is arguably the most famous churreria in Mexico City, but while rich in history, it was lacking in style and was not keeping up to date with its patrons. That’s where Cadena Asociados came in. The Mexican studio created a concept which brings together El Moro’s family values…

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Hostel La Bueno Vida

The Holiday Inn just got owned. Just sayin’. I mean, how can the mediocre, vanilla chain possibly compete with a bubblegum pink faceted façade like the one that graces Mexico City’s Hostel La Buena Vida?! They can’t. It’s just too much awesomeness per square foot. The name of the suhweet…

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Swapping poop for WiFi

Mexican internet portal Terra is encouraging dog owners to poop and scoop by offering them free WiFi in return. The company is piloting the idea at 10 parks in Mexico City in a campaign by DDB Mexico. When people throw away their bags of poop in a special box in…

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Citycab posters

  Created by Antrepo Design Industry as “Citycab poster” and it shows , taxies/yellow cabs from 4 different city, NYC, London, Istanbul, Mexico City also It is available separately in the Citycab Poster Section. BUY NOW HERE [via]…

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Museum Soumaya in Mexico City

Museo Soumaya is a museum located in MEXICO CITY and designed by Fernando Romero Enterprise which is presented free of charge. Museo Soumaya built for four years and has been open to the public on March 29, 2011. The Museo Soumaya house of one of the most important art collections…

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StreetArt in Mexico by ROA

Armadillos, buzzards, anteaters and ragged fighting roosters stand ten or even twenty feet tall, rendered in stark monochromatic tones, lending a sense of wild nature to the streets. Belgian artist ROA brings the native fauna of Mexico to peeling painted concrete and brick in the nation’s capital city and in…

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