Architectural Coffee Break

Isidoro Michan-Guindi

Formed in the United States (Princeton and Cornell), the young Mexican architect Isidoro Michan-Guindi established his studio in Mexico City just 4 years ago, in 2019. Michan-Guindi is relatively unknown within the Mexican architectural scene, however, his studio is a complex laboratory in which a multitude of projects materialized through cardboard prototypes, pigmented concrete models, electro-robotic parts and aluminum molds coexist; All of them are transformed into intelligent architectural proposals, ranging from everyday objects, such as doorknobs, to residential towers.