Yucatecan architect Arturo Campos found inspiration in Spain before returning to Mérida, PhD. in hand, to establish his reputation and collect many awards. We talked to him and found out he uses his ears as well as his eyes to evaluate designs.
The XXIV CEMEX Building Award judges have revealed their favored architectural projects of the year, and a Yucatán architect is at the top of the list.
A Mérida architect has drawn inspiration from an iconic modernist home for a new project off Xcalak Reef, near the southern tip of Quintana Roo.
A preview of “Reyes Ríos + Larraín: Lugar, Materia y Pertenencia,” a much-anticipated book by the famous Mérida architect Salvador Reyes Ríos and Josefina Larraín.
La Cúpula’s first Entretanto of the season translates to “Place, Matter and Membership,” a reference to the new book by architect Salvador Reyes Ríos, who will speak on the subject.