La Favorita restaurant by ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea, Mexico City hotels and restaurants

La Favorita restaurant by ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea, Mexico City hotels and restaurants

Angel de la Independencia / Jorge Carlos Alvarez, Ciudad De Mexico

Angel de la Independencia / Jorge Carlos Alvarez, Ciudad De Mexico

Mexican firm Taller 6A has renovated a library inside an eighteenth-century building in Mexico City, adding a bookshop with hundreds of wooden boxes on its walls, its ceilings, and under its glass floor

Mexican firm Taller 6A has renovated a library inside an eighteenth-century building in Mexico City, adding a bookshop with hundreds of wooden boxes on its walls, its ceilings, and under its glass floor

Indoor/Outdoor in Mexico City // restaurant design

Indoor/Outdoor in Mexico City // restaurant design

Amazing vertical garden - "Located in the historical center of Mexico City, Downtown Mexico designed by Cherem Serrano Arquitectos is a splendid boutique hotel..."

Amazing vertical garden - "Located in the historical center of Mexico City, Downtown Mexico designed by Cherem Serrano Arquitectos is a splendid boutique hotel..."

Castillo de Chapultepec,y casa de los espejos, Mexico City, Mexico

Castillo de Chapultepec,y casa de los espejos, Mexico City, Mexico

Palacio Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico

Palacio Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico

Biblioteca Vasconcelos, Ciudad de Mexico DF, the largest library in Latin America by Mexican architect Alberto Kalach

Biblioteca Vasconcelos, Ciudad de Mexico DF, the largest library in Latin America by Mexican architect Alberto Kalach

Nautilus House, Mexico City, Mexico Inspired by the work of Antoni Gaudí and Frank Lloyd Wright, the Nautilus House in Mexico City was designed by Javier Senosiain of Arquitectura Orgánica to resemble a seashell. The smooth walls and spiral interior create a transporting experience that suggests what it must be like to walk in a cephalopods shoes—well, shell.

Nautilus House, Mexico City, Mexico Inspired by the work of Antoni Gaudí and Frank Lloyd Wright, the Nautilus House in Mexico City was designed by Javier Senosiain of Arquitectura Orgánica to resemble a seashell. The smooth walls and spiral interior create a transporting experience that suggests what it must be like to walk in a cephalopods shoes—well, shell.

Pambazos: These salsa-dunked and griddled sandwiches, an iconic Mexico City street food, are named for the pambazos—soft, oval rolls—they're typically made with.

Pambazos (Salsa-Dipped Potato and Chorizo Sandwiches)

Pambazos: These salsa-dunked and griddled sandwiches, an iconic Mexico City street food, are named for the pambazos—soft, oval rolls—they're typically made with.

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