Mexico is full of great public spaces, especially the plazas that form the heart of most cities. But modern Mexico has also fallen in love with
the shopping mall. This book examines the work of Grupo Arquitech, a Mexican architectural firm with a unique vision of the shopping mall as a new public space. A series of large-scale projects undertaken since the early nineties give shape to a new way of understanding this typology as well as to the task of resolving the complex issues of designing such multi-faceted spaces. Features an engaging essay on the firm's projects, and another on the history of shopping centers
from the nineteenth century to the present.
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Descripción Ram Distribution, 2014. PAPERBACK. Estado de conservación: New. 9685616175. Nº de ref. de la librería 52.SOTANO9789685616171