Liverpool Paseo Queretaro Facade

Architect: Miguel de la Torre

Location: Mexico

Year: 2017


The facade is made of a grid of triangular modules with flat and low-relief pieces, which form an eccentric subtracted pyramid, and when the pieces are rotated allows three possibilities, that combined, a disordered texture is achieved.


The intention of this facade is that the different solar illuminations throughout the day generate play of shadows and reflections.

Cite: “Liverpool Paseo Queretaro Facade / Miguel de la Torre” [Fachada Liverpool Paseo Querétaro / Miguel de la Torre] 27 Oct 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 25 Oct 2021. <> ISSN 0719-8884

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