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First look: Chipperfield wins down Mexico way

David Chipperfield Architects is to design a new home for the most important private collection of contemporary art in Latin America

The practice has been appointed to draw up plans for a 4,000m² building for Fundación/Colección Jumex in Mexico City.

The development will provide more than double the existing exhibition space of the Fundación’s home in Ecatepec, to the North of the city.  

Part of a larger masterplan for this area of the city, which will also include the new Soumaya Museum,  the four-storey building is expected to complete in July 2011.


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