Mexico City

The architecture of Mexico City is diverse and reflects its rich cultural heritage, incorporating pre-Hispanic, colonial, neoclassical, modernist, and contemporary styles. In the mid-20th century, Mexican architects like Luis Barragan and Juan Sordo Madaleno pioneered the use of modernist principles in Mexican architecture, with a focus on functionality, simplicity, and the use of local materials. Contemporary architecture in Mexico City continues to evolve, with architects experimenting with new forms, materials, and technologies.