Music Palace - 2017

Work of the year 2019 by Obras Magazine and Grupo Expansión

Best Public Service Architecture Mexico - Americas Property Awards

1st Place in Edificaciones Ludicas and 1st Place in Edificios of Great Scale in 8th National Prize of Architecture and Interior Design 2019

1st Place in Lúdico in 2nd Prize Península de arquitectura e Interiorismo 2019

2nd place CEMEX building award category: collective spaces

2nd place in Edificios Public in Firenze Entre Muros Awards 2019

Mention Honorífica in the 3rd Biennial of Young Architects 2019

Silver medal. XIII Biennial of Yucatecan Architecture Palace of Music June 2021

It is also the National Center of Mexican Music, space that houses an interactive museum, concert hall (450 people), sound library, offices and a terrace-viewpoint. This palace is located in the center This building was conceptualized as a historical monument in the city of Merida, Yuc. permeable space articulated by a central courtyard called "rope courtyard" that recognizes the Jesuit temple of third order and a series of accesses in its different The building has been designed to be walked through and lived in by pedestrians. Your stone facade of the region has the proportion of plate and cup of the large houses of this historical center. The small glass openings placed in its different fachadas expresses the song of "Esta tarde vi llover" by the great Yucatecan composer Don Armando Manzanero.
Architects: Alejandro Medina, Carlos Quesnel, Javier Muñoz, Salvador Reyes