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Thursday, July 26, 2012
WORLD ARCHITECTURE / Mexico City
MEXICO CITY--Image above: Architect Michel Rojkind and Industrial Designer Hector Esrawe teamed up to create the Tori Tori Japanese restaurant in Mexico City, which features a funky perforated facade and a beautiful green wall inside. The clients asked the designers to create a modern take on Japanese tradition by developing an interior with a contemporary and cosmopolitan twist. The building's complex self-supporting façade mimics the natural ivy that runs along the property's retaining walls--from www.inhabitat.com
Read more go to www.inhabitat.com: Rojkind Arquitectos’ Tori Tori Restaurant has a Green Wall and a Funky Organic Facade Tori Tori Restaurant by Rojkind Arquitectos – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building.
INTERVIEW WITH MICHEL ROJKIND, Architect.
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