Atlaltunco 99, Naucalpan Edo. de Mexico
Mexico City

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The identity that supports the work developed by the firm, with headquarters in Mexico City since 1979, comes as a result from the fact that there is not an ulterior ideology norming the form, the language or the materials used; the team work is aside from unique discourses ascribed to any project. For Pascal Arquitectos each practice, each work is the outcome of particular and determining factors such as available resources, social or location context, everything is exhaustively analized. The commitment is at the same time with the client and the final user, as well with the environment and the city. All the above is based upon an unique research process and experimentation using new materials and technologies. The atelier comprises a polyfunctional group whose development does not depends on typology specialization that can become creativity and innovation restraint. For this reason at Pascal all kind of projects are produced: residential, corporate, contract and hospitality, temples or ritual spaces besides developing –depending on each particular case, the architecture, the interior and furniture design up to the lighting and landscape design too. The work of the past thirty years have left a lot of knowledge and experience. Amongst the more representative are the Sheraton “Centro Histórico” hotel, located in front of the Alameda Central; and Meditation House, in Bosques de las Lomas, that has been worldwide recognized with numerous awards. The firm has also venture into restoration and recycling projects catalogued as historical and artistic buildings, an example is the the original Bolivia building –designed in 1962 by architect José Villagrán. The atelier’s work has been widely published.

AWARDS · August 2008 - X BIENNAL OF MEXICAN ARCHITECTURE EXHIBITION 2008. Silver Medal Winners: Meditation House (Religious buildings) and Honourable Mention for Nisha Lounge Bar (Interior Design and Visual Integration). · July 2008 - AMDI – National Interior Design Award Winner – 2008. Hospitality Category, Spa & Roof Garden, Sheraton Hotel Centro Histórico. Mexico. · May 2008 – IX Biennal of Architecture 2008, Costa Rica: “Retos y Desafíos del siglo XXI”. 2008 First Prize Winners with Meditation House. · March 2008 – Marble Architecture Awards 2008 First Prize, Section I (External facings) with Casa de Meditación (Mourning House). · November 2007- Best of the Year Awards, Interior Design Magazine. Institutional Projects category winners: Mourning House. · November 2007- Bienal Miami+Beach 2007. Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Interior Design. Silver Medal Winner, Public Buildings below 10,000 sq.feet, Meditation Chapel. · Architype REVIEW - 2007 Notable Projects: Religious Institutions Vol.02 No.04 / September. MEDITATION HOUSE http://www.architypereview.com/ar_v02_n04_religion.html · July 2007 - AMDI – NATIONAL INTERIOR DESIGN AWARD WINNER - 2007, Hospitality Category, Bar Lounge Nisha. Mexico. · May 2007 - PROFESSIONAL AWARD, SMI – Sociedad Mexicana de Interioristas. “Habitat Expo 2007”. Mexico. · October 2006 - SMI/ SOCIEDAD MEXICANA DE INTERIORISTAS –Profesional Associated Member of IFI (International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers)- Recognition for Company’s 30 years of distinguished trajectory. México City. · July 2006 - AMDI – NATIONAL INTERIOR DESIGN AWARD WINNER - 2006, Hospitality Category, Restaurante Guria. Mexico. · July 2006 - AMDI – NATIONAL INTERIOR DESIGN AWARD WINNER - 2006 Hospitality Category, Hotel Sheraton Centro Histórico. Mexico. · December, 2003 - IMEI National Award, Hotel Sheraton Centro Histórico. México City. · September 2003 - Special Jury Recognition - Bienal de Interiorismo de Bellas Artes / Hotel Sheraton Centro Histórico. México City. · 1998 Award winner - IIDA Interior Design Magazine, Chicago. · 1996 Award winner - IIDA Interior Design Magazine, Chicago. · 1995 Award winner - Apiida, Hong Kong. · 1995 Award winner of Best of Competition IIDA Interior Design Magazine, Chicago.

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