The Mexican firm seeks to find unique solutions to the specific conditions of each project. A combination between the poetic and pragmatism make their approach a multi-disciplinary one, always looking for creative architecture where any restriction turns into an opportunity. They use theory and practice as methodological tools for spatial production.
Firm:Dellekamp/Schleich | Head of project: Sana Frini | Construction: Cimera Construcción Integral | Lighting: Lightchitects Studio | Attendees: Clémentine Tallent, Mackenzie Thering, Mariana Víquez | Contributors: Francisco Franco, Santiago Sitten, Samuele Xompero, Yarett Adlai, Cynthia Blanco, Osvaldo Delgado Carrasco, Karla Escalona, Fernanda Espejel, Juan Pablo Gámez, Simona Lasauskaite, Diana Lovera, Valeria Luna, Paola Medina, Liliana Osorio Díaz, Valeria Palacios, Montserrat Pérez Nonato, Aneli Rangel, Gisela Sánchez, Paulina Sotomayor, Clément Taquet, Luis Gustavo Villa, Juan José Villaseñor
When: October 9th – November 17th
Where: Museo Numismático Nacional
*Real Academia Española (RAE)