Architecture Highlight: Miralto | Latino 40

In Architecture & Design by Suzanne Koch

Name: Miralto | Latino 40

Architects: VGZ Arquitectura y Diseño

Location: Mexico City

Located in Torre Latinoamericana, which was designed by Augusto H. Álvarez in 1956, this recent project focuesd on updating the existing restaurant Miralto and joining it with the bar Latino 40. The goal was to create a new culinary hotspot for locals and tourists.

Located on floors 40 and 41, the space offers 360-degree viewpoints of the city. The team used Mexican designs to reinforce the location and enhanced the views of the city by maximizing the space’s height and creating an informal atmosphere.

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