Soulful, surprising, and awe-inspiring, these architectural stops need to be on your itinerary.
Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since June 2007, the campus of the National Autonomous University of Mexico features murals created by some of Mexico’s greatest artists.
Mexico City’s mid-century university campus is still abuzz with student life, as shown in these images by photographer Yueqi Jazzy Li.
Richly layered and elegant with an edge, the capital of Mexico is brimming with incredible art, design, history and architecture at every turn.
Juan O’Gorman, architect behind Mexico City’s most intriguing buildings; Jessica Traynor; Irish Times
Architect designed two houses for Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, linked by a bridge…
Modernism Week highlights Mexico City’s midcentury modernism heritage to preview upcoming April trip.
While Mexico City is the oldest capital in the Americas (founded in 1325), it’s the period between the 1940s and late 1960s that most intrigues Modernism Week event organizers.
On the heels of Modernism Week’s successful featured tour to Cuba last year, organizers are gearing up for the next architectural sojourn — this time to Mexico City in April. The tour, which takes place April 8–13, will focus on Mexico City’s significant midcentury modern architecture including the residence and work of Luis Barragán, one of Mexico’s most renowned architects, as well as some UNESCO World Heritage sites.