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Apr 03,2017

Michel Rojkind in the Swedish magazine “arkitekten”

The Mexican architect Michel Rojkind recently visited Stockholm. Watch the video where he talks about his architecture in one of the world’s densest cities. [Link]

 

Apr 03,2017

Progress in Foro Boca, Veracruz

We share the publication by Rojkind Arquitectos of the construction progress of  #ForoBoca, future headquarters of the Orquesta Filarmónica de Boca del Río. [Link]

 

Mar 25,2017

Michel Rojkind, speaker at Pinc 18 in The Netherlands

Michel Rojkind will lecture on May 16 as part of the 18th conference of PINC (People, Ideas, Nature, Creativity). The conference will take place at the Theater Figi in Zeist, The Netherlands. [Link]

 

 

Mar 13,2017

Cineteca Nacional included in the 2017 architectural guide of Mexico City published by ArchDaily

Cineteca Nacional has been included in the 2017 architectural guide of Mexico City published by ArchDaily. The guide features “30 buildings that every architect needs to visit.” [Link]

 

Mar 05,2017

Michel Rojkind, keynote speaker at PLAT 2017 in Sweden

Michel Rojkind will lecture on March 16 as part of PLÅT17 which is celebrating its tenth consecutive edition. The lecture will focus on the façade exploration of Rojkind Arquitectos. The event will take place in the Munich Brewery in Stockholm, Sweden. [Link]

 

 

Mar 01,2017

Michel Rojkind, jury of the Human Trafficking competition

Michel Rojkind is part of the jury of the Human Trafficking Tenancingo Square Mediascape International Open Ideas Competition organized by arch out loud. The competition challenges designers to reimagine the town square of Tenancingo, Mexico, in response to the prevalent issues of sex trafficking existing in the area. [Link]

 

Apr 25,2015

10 Questions With... Michel Rojkind

Interior Design magazine interviews Michel Rojkind. In the interview, “Rojkind discusses Mexico City architecture and design, the economics of sustainability, and how his time as a rockstar prepared him for a career in architecture.” [Link]

 

Michel Rojkind in the Swedish magazine “arkitekten”

Apr 03, 2017

The Mexican architect Michel Rojkind recently visited Stockholm. Watch the video where he talks about his architecture in one of the world’s densest cities. [Link]

 

Progress in Foro Boca, Veracruz

We share the publication by Rojkind Arquitectos of the construction progress of  #ForoBoca, future headquarters of the Orquesta Filarmónica de Boca del Río. [Link]

 

Michel Rojkind, speaker at Pinc 18 in The Netherlands

Mar 25, 2017

Michel Rojkind will lecture on May 16 as part of the 18th conference of PINC (People, Ideas, Nature, Creativity). The conference will take place at the Theater Figi in Zeist, The Netherlands. [Link]

 

 

Cineteca Nacional included in the 2017 architectural guide of Mexico City published by ArchDaily

Mar 13, 2017

Cineteca Nacional has been included in the 2017 architectural guide of Mexico City published by ArchDaily. The guide features “30 buildings that every architect needs to visit.” [Link]

 

Michel Rojkind, keynote speaker at PLAT 2017 in Sweden

Mar 05, 2017

Michel Rojkind will lecture on March 16 as part of PLÅT17 which is celebrating its tenth consecutive edition. The lecture will focus on the façade exploration of Rojkind Arquitectos. The event will take place in the Munich Brewery in Stockholm, Sweden. [Link]

 

 

Michel Rojkind, jury of the Human Trafficking competition

Mar 01, 2017

Michel Rojkind is part of the jury of the Human Trafficking Tenancingo Square Mediascape International Open Ideas Competition organized by arch out loud. The competition challenges designers to reimagine the town square of Tenancingo, Mexico, in response to the prevalent issues of sex trafficking existing in the area. [Link]

 

10 Questions With... Michel Rojkind

Apr 25, 2015

Interior Design magazine interviews Michel Rojkind. In the interview, “Rojkind discusses Mexico City architecture and design, the economics of sustainability, and how his time as a rockstar prepared him for a career in architecture.” [Link]