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While Nestlé’s chocolate Factory in Mexico City (located in Paseo Tollocan near Toluca) was in need of an inner pathway for visitors to witness the production of their favorite chocolates, a group of experts put together by rojkind arquitectos and Traqs suggested bigger plans for the company. Why not create the first chocolate museum in Mexico and have a 300-meter long façade along the motorway as the new image of the factory. So the first phase took shape and required a 634m2 space that could accommodate the main entrance for the children to have the most pleasant experience and to start the voyage into the chocolate factory as soon as they enter this playful yet striking space, the reception area, the theater that would serve as preparation for the Nestle experience, the store or museum shop, and the passage to the tunnel inside the old existing factory.

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Museu do Chocolate (Nestlé)


arquitectura: Rojkind arquitectos - Michael Rojkind
localização: Toluca, México
colaboradores: Agustin Pereyra, Moritz Melchert, Juan Carlos Vidals, Máuricio Garcia, Paulina Goycoolea, Daniel Dusoswa, Matthew Lohden

visualizações 3D: Juan Carlos Vidals
paisagismo: Ambiente arquitectos y asociados – Fritz Sigg
estrutura: Moncad - Jorge Cadena
iluminação: Noriega Arquitectonics Iluminators – Ricardo Noriega
dono de obra: Nestlé
programa: museu, recepção, auditório, loja

área de construção: 634,00m²
fase de projecto: 2006
construção: 2007
fotografia: Paúl Rivera/archphoto






NESTLE CHOCOLATE MUSEUM ( phase 1)
While Nestlé’s chocolate Factory in Mexico City (located in Paseo Tollocan near Toluca) was in need of an inner pathway for visitors to witness the production of their favorite chocolates, a group of experts put together by rojkind arquitectos and Traqs suggested bigger plans for the company.

Why not create the first chocolate museum in Mexico and have a 300-meter long façade along the motorway as the new image of the factory. So the first phase took shape and required a 634m2 space that could accommodate the main entrance for the children to have the most pleasant experience and to start the voyage into the chocolate factory as soon as they enter this playful yet striking space, the reception area, the theater that would serve as preparation for the Nestle experience, the store or museum shop, and the passage to the tunnel inside the old existing factory.

Record time
An architectural experience. sensorial architecture, from the surprises, the twists and folds. An architectural challenge. As much the forms and the spaces they contain, like the times are taken to the limit. Foldings and record time: 2.5 months to finish….and that included design and construction!

The complexities of architectural projects require a team effort and in this case we organized 3-8hr shifts in order to deliver the project in time.

The concept: a playful folding shape that is evocative for kids, of an origami shaped bird, or maybe a spaceship, or could it be an “alebrije”? What might seem like a capricious form is the fruit of diligent design explorations and an intuition about what the place should express. The spectacular result is as firm as the faceted shapes which sustain it.

Link:
http://www.rojkindarquitectos.com/

Não é incrível tudo o que pode caber dentro de um lápis?...

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Ao México já chegou muito boa arquitectura e boa fotografia de arquitectura à muito tempo ... quando será que apanhamos esta epidemia ? ( claro que há por cá excepções )


la estao voces com a cena que a galinha da vizinha e sempre melhor que a minha.....
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la estao voces com a cena que a galinha da vizinha e sempre melhor que a minha.....


Só falei que o México já tem ovos à muito tempo ... http://www.archdaily.com/tag/mexico/ alguns exemplos ...

Pior que a "cena" de que a galinha da vizinha é sempre melhor que a minha ... é quem acha que a nossa galinha é melhor que a da vizinha ou pior ainda que a vizinha não tem galinha ... é sinal de conformismo, autismo e outros "Ismos".

Por falar em "Ismos" ... aconselho a lerem a nova revista Arquitectura21.
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nao Ricardo, so peco que nao andem sempre a tentar comparar Portugal com os outros numa atitude de quem acha que tudo o que esta la fora e que e bom, como se em Portugal fosse tudo mau. comparar o Mexico com Portugal nao faz grande sentido, nem em questao historica, social, economica ou arquitectonica, e isto sem sequer saber a que nomes te referes. quanto a revista, se soubesse onde a comprar aqui talvez eta comprasse, por falar nisso alguem sabe onde comprar revistas de arquitectura portuguesas em Londres.

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