A project of the Mexican Fernanda Canales, this almost rectangular installation organized around three patios of varying size engages in a dialogue of opposite, with the Tamayo Contemporary Art Museum, a 1979-1981 work of Teodoro González de León and
Located three hours by road from Mexico City, the Terreno House simultaneously addresses two theoretically contradictory demands: shelter in the extreme climate of a region where there can be thermal drops and rises of more than thirty degrees in the
Located in the State of Mexico, the Bruma House had to address three fundamental questions: the first was how to build in the middle of a forest without felling a single tree; the second was how to open up the home to both the morning and the afterno
This apartment block rises on a 400-square-meter plot in a central neighborhood of the southern part of Mexico City. The design of the Mexican architect Fernanda Canales starts from the idea of ensuring privacy for residents while optimizing views wi
Built in the campus of the Autonomous University of Mexico, in the capital of the country, the new University Museum of Contemporary Art completes the cultural complex that constitutes the second phase of the university campus. Located on the side of
The Venice Architecture Biennale, perhaps the most important architectural celebration in the world, focuses this year on the consequences of construction. It tries to encompass buildings and destruction in equal measure, and also the needs of commun
Never in the history of Mexico had so many natural disasters happened in so few days. The month of September began with two terrible hurricanes, Irma and Katia, and ended with two devastating earthquakes; the first, on 7 September, occurred with a ma
Gone at 84 years of age, the Mexican architect devoted a lifetime to studying brick as both a structural material and an element of composition.
A major exhibition explains the evolution of modernity in Mexico through architecture, design, and magazines.
The architect, designer and public administrator Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, recently demised at age 94, was one of the authors of modern Mexico.
El equipo formado por Fernanda Canales, Alejandro Hernández y Arquitectura 911sc (Saidée Springall y José Castillo) ha resultado ganador del concurso convocado por la Universidad de Guadalajara para el conjunto de espacios escénicos del Centro Cultur
Juan O’Gorman inauguró la arquitectura moderna en México a la edad de 24 años, con la segunda construcción que realizó. La casa-estudio en Palmas 81, de 1929, considerada la primera obra funcionalista en América Latina, significó la creación de un nu
Fernanda Canales Privacidad en un mundo compartido
Fernanda Canales Espacios privados
Fernanda Canales El derecho a la arquitectura
Alejandro Hernández Gálvez Fernanda Canales
Ciudad de México 2017
Arquine - 328 Pages
Mexico City 2013
Fomento Cultural Banamex - 600 Pages