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Francisco Saavedra fabricates a template to scale with large-format, Designjet printers from HP.
Founded in 2002, Rojkind Arquitectos is leaving an imprint across its native Mexico through a combination of civic, retail, residential, and hospitality projects. Its innovative design and production methods have garnered international recognition, particularly for projects like NestlÃ©’s Chocolate Museum is in Toluca and innovation lab in QuerÃ©taro, and Mexico Cityâ€™s Tori Tori Japanese restaurant, but the firm also engages in smaller projects and creative diversions that explore new avenues of the design/build process.
Casa del Arbol is one such example. Conceived as an add-on for a venerable client, the project is a tree house for the familyâ€™s three young daughters. â€œThere was a birdâ€™s nest in the garden when we visited the site,â€ said Gerardo Salinas, partner at Rojkind. â€œAnd a 2-meter space between two trees in the yard was an ideal location that wouldnâ€™t damage the existing trees.â€ Read More