Tuesday, July 23, 2024

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“The concepts of self-sufficiency and self-sustainability are more prevalent than ever, largely due to people’s desire for autonomy and independence and the fact that both contribute to increased sustainability in the world, a Sustainable Development Goal recognized by the United Nations as urgent to achieve the necessary energy transition. This has led to a new wave of sustainable homes in Mexico, designed to help the environment and deliver savings to homeowners.”

Ana Paula de la Torre, Writer

3 easy ways to make your Mexican home more sustainable
From saving water to harnessing the power of the sun, there are plenty of ways to help the environment while enjoying your dream home in the Mexican sun.
3 easy ways to make your Mexican home more sustainable
From saving water to harnessing the power of the sun, there are plenty of ways to help the environment while enjoying your dream home in the Mexican sun.
The architect who reached for the stars
Mario Pani built some of Mexico City’s biggest towers and sprawling estates, in a career that defined the skyline of a capital.
The architect who reached for the stars
Mario Pani built some of Mexico City’s biggest towers and sprawling estates, in a career that defined the skyline of a capital.

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CLASSIC MEETS MODERNITY:

CoLores Decor: Classic meets new for iconic Mexican designs
Traditional Mexican artisanal craftwork meets contemporary style in Gil Herrera’s reinterpretation of genre defining interior pieces.
CoLores Decor: Classic meets new for iconic Mexican designs
Traditional Mexican artisanal craftwork meets contemporary style in Gil Herrera’s reinterpretation of genre defining interior pieces.

Photo of the day

Pueblo mixteco de Teposcolula, Oaxaca | Photo from @fcoronado

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