New York-based architecture and design firm Richard Meier & Partners recently unveiled the scheme for the construction of two towers called the Reforma Towers, which will feature mixed uses for the residents of Mexico City. The project development was made in part with local associate architect Diametro Arquitectos and structural engineer firm WSP Group. The development of the towers will be a new addition to the city’s growing economy and allows for future expansion projects on the site.
The towers will be located along a main boulevard in Mexico City and will interconnect through a shared space. One of the two towers will be 40 storeys high and will consist of commercial spaces, high end office space, dining and recreational spaces and retail outlets. The other tower will be a hotel that rises up to 27 storeys.
Conjoined Translucent Structures
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Angular Cantilevered Homes
Multilevel Digitized Homes
Seamlessly Aquatic Architecture
Beehive-Like Landmark Structures