Apr 30, 2008

Nestle Museum, Mexico City, Mexico





The concept was a playful folding shape, an origami shaped bird, a spaceship, or an alebrije. An architectural experience, from the surprises, the twists and folds, and the forms and spaces they contain. (to find out more...)
This museum is built by Rojkind Arquitectos. What amazes me of this building is the manipulation on the form and how the slanting structure came about. This is only phase 1 of the project, the extension is currently under construction.


posted by s-uper-chii

2 comments:

afterrabbit said...

Haha...
I don't know much about rojkind, but his works are kinda explorative to me, quite nice..
Somehow I personally feels his architectures are not so matured yet at the moment..Let's see what he comes up with in the future.

afterrabbit said...

btw, he was a rock guitarist(guitarist if not mistaken) last time when he was younger!
Cool eh~

 

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