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El Croquis 193. Manuel Cervantes 2011-2018

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Uitgever:El Croquis

ISBN: 978-84-9477-541-3

  • Paperback
  • Engels, Spaans
  • 280 pagina's
  • 15 feb. 2018

This issue of El Croquis magazine delves into the background and work of Manuel Cervantes Céspedes and the architecture and urbanism firm, CC Arquitectos which he founded in 2004.

Featuring detailed profiles of twenty designs by this Mexican architect, this publication also includes a conversation with the architect and Fernanda Canales, along with essays by Juhani Pallasmaa and Edward R. Burian. Among the various works presented are several houses, as well as projects ranging from transport interchanges and equestrian centres to rural housing prototypes and pavilions.

Projects:

Ventanas Villas
El Mirador Pavilion
Equestrian Project
El Orquideario Pavilion
El Rosario Transport Interchange
Donceles Building
Next Hydroponic Plant
House in Amatepec
Cuatro Caminos Transport Interchange.
Ermita Building
House in Valle Santana
House in Punta Ixtapa
Equestrian Puebla
Two Houses and Studio, Amatepec
Three Rural Housing Prototypes
Two Houses in Reserva Bezares
House in Valle La Peña
Avándaro House
Salazar House
SLP Tower

Manuel Cervantes was born in Mexico City in 1977. He graduated as an architect from the Anahuac University, joined the National System of Art Creators, and opened the Manuel Cervantes Céspedes / CC arquitectos office in 2004. In 2006, he set up a section in the office dedicated to urban and mass transport projects and began researching multimodal transfer centres (CETRAM) and transit-oriented developments (DOT). He has received commissions from Mexican government institutions such as INFONAVIT, and urban and architectural projects in several Latin American countries. His teaching work has included workshops and lectures at several universities in Mexico, the United States, Spain and Portugal.

This issue of El Croquis magazine delves into the background and work of Manuel Cervantes Céspedes and the architecture and urbanism firm, CC Arquitectos which he founded in 2004.

Featuring detailed profiles of twenty designs by this Mexican architect, this publication also includes a conversation with the architect and Fernanda Canales, along with essays by Juhani Pallasmaa and Edward R. Burian. Among the various works presented are several houses, as well as projects ranging from transport interchanges and equestrian centres to rural housing prototypes and pavilions.

Projects:

Ventanas Villas
El Mirador Pavilion
Equestrian Project
El Orquideario Pavilion
El Rosario Transport Interchange
Donceles Building
Next Hydroponic Plant
House in Amatepec
Cuatro Caminos Transport Interchange.
Ermita Building
House in Valle Santana
House in Punta Ixtapa
Equestrian Puebla
Two Houses and Studio, Amatepec
Three Rural Housing Prototypes
Two Houses in Reserva Bezares
House in Valle La Peña
Avándaro House
Salazar House
SLP Tower

Manuel Cervantes was born in Mexico City in 1977. He graduated as an architect from the Anahuac University, joined the National System of Art Creators, and opened the Manuel Cervantes Céspedes / CC arquitectos office in 2004. In 2006, he set up a section in the office dedicated to urban and mass transport projects and began researching multimodal transfer centres (CETRAM) and transit-oriented developments (DOT). He has received commissions from Mexican government institutions such as INFONAVIT, and urban and architectural projects in several Latin American countries. His teaching work has included workshops and lectures at several universities in Mexico, the United States, Spain and Portugal.

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