“Mexico Contemporary Architecture” comes to the Palace of Fine Arts
“Mexico Contemporary Architecture” comes to the Palace of Fine Arts
“Mexico Contemporary Architecture” comes to the Palace of Fine Arts
“Mexico Contemporary Architecture” comes to the Palace of Fine Arts

“Mexico Contemporary Architecture” comes to the Palace of Fine Arts

“Mexico Contemporary Architecture” comes to the Palace of Fine Arts

The exhibition “Mexico Contemporary Architecture” comes to the Palace of Fine Arts.

After being on show at the Mexican Institute in Paris, “Contemporary Architecture” arrives in Mexico, opening on September 28 at the National Museum of Architecture in the Palace of Fine Arts, with 56 works on show by a total of 121 Mexican architects.

Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos forms part of this exhibition with Artesia, one of its most recent residential projects, located in the Polanco district of Mexico City.

This exhibition will be on show at the Palace of Fine Arts (Palacio de Bellas Artes) until October 4, 2015 and will subsequently travel to Madrid, while replicas will be shown in Finland, Morocco, Belgium, and England, to continue to pursue its principal objective, which is to present the most representative examples of contemporary Mexican architecture projects.

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