Here are some buildings that allow seeing interesting buildings and meet the architecture of Mexico
Casa ITESO Clavigero
This singular Mexican structure is considered a masterpiece of the Tapatía architectural school. Pritzker-winning architect Luis Barragan’s works might seem like relics of the past to some, but his first masterpiece, which still stands in Guadalajara, is as magnificent as ever.
Palacio de Correos
Capilla del Pocito
Templo de San Antonio de Padua
Auditorio Alfonso Caso
Torre Insignia is a building designed by Mario Pani Darqui which is located on the corner of Avenida Ricardo Flores Magón and Avenida de los Insurgentes Norte, in the Tlatelolco housing complex in Cuauhtémoc in Mexico City. At its completion in 1962, the tower became the second tallest building in Mexico after the Torre Latinoamericana. The tower is not currently in use and is being renovated.
Casa de Los Azulejos
Church of San Francisco Acatepec
Torres de Satélite
The Torres de Satélite, or Satellite Towers, is a group of sculptures located in the Ciudad Satélite district of Naucalpan, State of Mexico. One of the country’s first urban sculptures of great dimensions, had its planning started in 1957 with the ideas of renowned Mexican architect Luis Barragán, painter Jesús Reyes Ferreira and sculptor Mathias Goeritz. The project was originally planned to be composed of seven towers, with the tallest one reaching a height of 200 meters but a budget reduction forced the design to be composed of only five towers, with the tallest measuring 52 meters and the shortest 30 meters.