Casa del Agua es el primer lugar en México donde se utiliza tecnología para purificar el agua de lluvia, que además se produce artesanalmente y sin huella de carbón.
Mexico Cities, Architecture Interiors, Interiors Design, Concept Stores, Glasses Bottle, House, Design Blog, Brick Tile, Water
Classic, Still Contemporary Concept Store: House of Water, Mexico City | http://www.designrulz.com/architecture/2013/01/classic-still-contemporary-concept-store-house-of-water-mexico-city/
Timber ceiling to brick tile detail | casa del agua by thinc
Casa del Agua: bottled rain on sale in Mexico, Héctor Esrawe's design. #woodlovers #architecture #interior
Casa del Agua, mexico city, rainwater, glass bottles, local water, Hector Esrawe, Ignacio Cadena, Architecture, Water Issues, energy efficie...
Casa del Agua store by Héctor Esrawe, Puebla – Mexico » Retail Design Blog
Casa Del Agua interior design
Julio de Mucha showroom by ESRAWE in Mexico City
Mirror Mirror, Global Retail, Esraw Studios, Mexico City, Mexico Cities, Interiors Design, Retail Projects, Retail Design, Design Interiordesign
Mirror, Mirror: 5 Global Retail Projects | Projects | Interior Design - Esrawe Studio. Project by Julio de Mucha. Located in Mexico City. Photography by Jaime Navarro. See more at www.interiordesign.net. #design #interiordesign #interiordesignmagazine #retail #shoes #mexico
Bar Design, Violan Restaurant, Alexander Mexico, Alexander 2012 Mexico, Bar Salòna, Bar Stools, Barcelona Based, Alekzand Restaurant, Antiques
This bright and airy restaurant in Mexico is like a treasure trove of eclectic antiques and unusual decorative additions. Alexander, was designed by Barcelona based Lazaro Rosa Violan studio. The main bar is an old 1920's French pharmacy counter from Mavi Lizan, and the vintage 1950's bar stools are from OX.
Alexander (Mexico) by Lazaro Rosa Violan
Alexander, 2012 (Mexico) : Lazaro Rosa Violan (6)
Culiacán Botanic Garden
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The Flower Archway por Olafur Eliasson, Dinamarca
El Arco de las Flores de Olafur Eliasson en Culiacán, Sinaloa, México
Olafur Eliasson, The Flower Archway, Jardín Botánico Culiacán
MUTO: Interactive restaurant in Mexico City
Interactive Tables, Mexicans Restaurant, Interactive Restaurant, Coffee Shops, Interiors Design, Muto Mexicans, Magazines, Futuristic Restaurant, Concept Umami
MUTO mexican restaurant with interactive tables!!
Interactive Gastronomy in Rome: Muto | Magazine Code
A mobile library in Mexico City.
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Alumnos47 and PRODUCTORA, A47 Mobile Library, Mexico City
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Productora’s A47 Mobile Art Library travels around Mexico City. The rotating wall-doors are metal sheets with thousands of tiny holes drilled into them to allow light to enter, producing a striking effect at night.
Food trucks are certainly a popular new way of finding interesting fare in the city, but what about other hobbies and important things like reading? Well, Mexico City has an answer to that one, with the A47 Library Truck. Productora was commissioned with the task to create a mobile library for the alumnos47 non profit organization.
A Mobile Library for Artists: Carries over 1,200 books and other bits of printed matter by or about contemporary artists around the Mexican capital’s neighborhoods in a specially designed truck.
The new library by bgp architecture in Mexico City
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Renata Ortiz - Interior Design: Biblioteca Antonio Castro Leal no México por BGP Arquitectura.
BERNARDO GÓMEZ PIMINETA LUIS ENRIQUE MENDOZA, MÉXICO BIBLIOTECA ANTONIO CASTRO LEAL
Antonio Castro Library / BGP Arquitectura: Mexico City
Library Castro Leal in Mexico
'Eco Pavilion 2011' by Studio MMXץ Mexico DF, Mexico . Every year, the ECO Experimental Museum in Mexico City, organizes a competition for a temporary pavilion designed to house various events at the main patio of the exemplary building designed in 1953 by the artist Matthias Goeritz. This year MMX Studio has won the first prize for the 2011 ECO Pavilion.
Experimental Museum El Eco, Mexico City
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ECO PAVILION 2011 BY MMX STUDIO | MEXICO CITY #shadow #architecture #Design
Rope/Light. MMX - ecopavilion. shadows
Eco Pavilion #Architecture #building| http://architecturephotocollections690.blogspot.com
Eco Pavilion 2011. Architects: MMX - Jorge Arvizu, Ignacio del Rio, Emmanuel Ramirez, Diego Ricalde Location: Mexico DF, Mexico // photo by Yoshihiro Koitani 2011, click for more details
Eco Pavilion 2011/ /MMX : chain + rope + existing building = interwoven temporal #pavilion #light #shadow
Maximo Bistrot Local. A different menu each day by a renowned cheff, with local and fresh ingredients.