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Mexican

Miguel Angel Aragones

Architects must engender emotion and soul into buildings. While living in harmony with the environment, it arouses people's sensory experience.

Miguel Angel Aragones is a self-taught architect. He was born in Mexico in 1962. Having created rich and original architectural work over the past 20 years, the self-taught architect has won numerous awards during his career. He founded his own firm, Taller Aragones, in 1982. 

As a self-taught architect, the guiding light on his path was the architects of his past, like The Mexican masters Luis Barragan and Ricardo Legorreta. It is not difficult to find Richard Meier's shadow in Miguel Angel Aragones' works, because he likes simple architecture and uses the most straightforward architectural language to give architecture some new meaning.

With the accumulation of mature works one by one, the influence of masters on Miguel Angel Aragones gradually disappeared in his subconscious, forming his own unique style. Miguel Angel Aragones' buildings are not isolated, sun, sky, trees...... The natural environment also became a part of his architecture. In harmony with the environment, Miguel Angel Aragones tried to create Spaces of peaceful contemplation, to get people away from the noise, to create a way to define tranquility.

As Miguel Angel Aragones says, "Architects need to contribute to our physical and mental aspects. Those who work only on the physical level are only constructors and accumulators of meaningless materials." Miguel Angel Aragones' architecture is always full of emotion and thought-provoking.

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    Design Works

    • Prefabricated House

      Miguel Ángel Aragonés seeks to break the housing paradigm from an integral design that combines the structure of the house with the furniture and new automation technologies in architecture.
    • Mar Adentro

      Miguel Angel Aragones believe that the greatest virtue of architecture is the generation of sensations through space on a series of planes that are found within the realm of sensitivity.
    • Rombo III

      Miguel Angel Aragones wanted to have an exterior that would protect privacy, be seen only by the sky, the air or the sun, that the house could be inhabited with the solitude that the bustle of the city demands.
    • Rombo IV

      The Rombos are in a central and wooded area of Mexico City called Bosques de las Lomas, with a continuous coexistence with the tree.