Rojkind Arquitectos explore challenges that address contemporary society, designing experiences that go beyond the functionality of each project.
Rojkind Arquitectos is an innovative firm based in Mexico City. Founded in 2002, the firms work spans across a diverse and global platform, providing solutions to contemporary architectural and urban strategies.
Rojkind Arquitectos has an international team which includes experts from different fields that are involved in a highly collaborative, research and experimental based design process. They are committed to achieving design excellence; but above all, they pursue a fascination for thorough investigation and exploration of contemporary programmes, latest technologies and the translation of complex digital design into simple solutions for local fabrication. The result: a wide spectrum of design initiatives, from the intimacies of small objects to the complexities of large buildings and master plans.
"By understanding that our profession is at constant flux (economic, political, social) we are willing to take risks and pursue uncommon paths by providing urban strategies that are able to go beyond what is expected or what is normally a given."- Michel Rojkind (Founding Partner)
Projects include (From left to right):
Tori Tori Restaurant, a completed 629 m2 Japanese restaurant in 2011 in Polanco, Mexico City in association with ESRAWE Studio
Liverpool Interlomas, a completed 18,000m2 commercial project in 2011 in México D.F., Mexico
High Park, a 13,000 m2 mixed-use building, currently in construction in Monterrey, Mexico. Design date: 2010
Cineteca Nacional del Siglo XXI, a 20,188 m2 cultural centre & offices, currently in construction in México D.F.,Mexico. Deisgn date: 2011
Nestle Chocolate Museum, completed in 2007, is 634 m2 cultural and educational centre in Toluca, State of Mexico
Nestle Application Group, completed in 2009, is a 776 m2 research centre in Queretaro, Mexico