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After our last post dedicated to acoustic ceilings, inner linings, wood walls, and so on, ina wide array of wood projects found in London and Paris, this time, we crossed the ocean to take a look at contemporary Aztec architecture.

Mexico and its capital Mexico City, offer architecture and wood lovers beautiful examples of how to turn a simplewall covering or details of some wood ceilings, into something beautiful which brings true aesthetic value the architectural ensemble.

These are some of our discoveries in Mexico City:


1. Wood inner linings in the Jaso Restaurant, by Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos

2. The wood panelling on the façade of the Hostal La Buena Vida

3. The exterior wood panelling on the façade of the Tamarindos building by Garduño Arquitectos

4. Made-to-measure furniture and wood interiors in the personal library of Carlos Monsiváis, located in a corridor in the west wing of the "José Vasconcelos" Library in México

5. Details in wood ceilings and inner linings at the Fender Custom Shop in Mexico City

6. The wood interiors and wood slats in the San Josemaría Escrivá Church

7. The wood interiors, walls, stairs and finishes of Casa Tierra, the work by Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos

8. Made-to-measure furniture and wood interiors in the personal library of José Luis Martínez

9. The wood slats of the inner linings of the Beirut restaurant in Santa Fe

10. The wood slats of the façade of the Mikue building by Pascal Arquitectos


If you liked this post, you may also be interested in:


- Wood and architecture in London: façades with wood slats, design ceilings, exterior wood panelling, wood panels, and much more

- Wood ceilings, or ceilings with wood panelling for public and community service buildings

- Wood walls and inner linings made of wood for homes, offices and public buildings

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