TIJ

THE MEANING OF THE WORD TIJ IS A DUTCH JOKE. “TIJ” MEANS “TIDE” WHICH REFERS TO THE RETURNING TIDES IN THE HARINGVLIET, BUT WHEN QUICKLY PRONOUNCED IT ALSO MEANS “THE EGG”.

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Nathan Phillips Square Revitalization

Viljo Revell’s Toronto City Hall (1965) and its civic plaza, Nathan Phillips Square (NPS), are an integrated and iconic expression of Modernism.

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CASA CANELA

Casa Canela is in the heart of the historic center of the city of Merida, just a few steps from Palacio Cantón on Paseo de Montejo.

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CASABLANCA

As this a property protected by the National Institute of Fine Arts (NIFA), the first renovation resource we thought was to dress the facade with plants, so we began to document ourselves on the subject.

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CASA OCHO

Each project, in our exercise as architects, represents a different challenge and requires a specific solution, it is an opportunity to propose solutions according to specific problems or unique circumstances.

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CASA EL SECRETO

“Have you ever wondered what a garden sounds like when there’s no one there to listen?”

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INNER RICE FIELD Kamiyama, Japón

The natural scenery of Kamiyama, a town located on Shikoku Island, Japan, is characterized by the continuous dialogue between the forest, agricultural and water landscape.

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Galileo Terrace, Polanco, Mexico City

With the intention of creating a space which represents a escape from Mexico City, a reinterpretation of pre-hispanic Mexico was created, this scenario includes some elements such as sacbé (roads), palm covers, items made of clay (such as flowerpots), chairs made of natural materials, and the most important element: the maize field.

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The Discovery Garden

“Te Kaapuia o Te Waoku – We are all part of nature.

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