TTB’s Best Reads

To delve deeply into the major works of Luis Barragán, the most influential Mexican architect of the 20th century and Pritzker Prize winner, there is nothing comparable to the routes organized by The Traveling Beetle, the pioneering agency dedicated to architecture and urbanism.

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The Traveling Beetle is featured in an absolutely charming piece about the history and legacy of the VW Beetle in Mexico written by Norie Quintos for National Geographic. A wonderful read!

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Mexico-based activity operator, The Traveling Beetle, now offers daily architecture tours of Luis Barragán’s masterworks in Mexico City.

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This New Yorker story by Alice Gregory, published in 2016 is a must read for those of are interested in Luis Barragán’s life and work.

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A interesting hint and selection of architectural “must-sees” in Mexico City by Fabian Dejtiar and Arch Daily.

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It is hard to wander around Mexico City without running into Pani’s work. At TTB we once even had our offices in a building he designed. From Tlatelolco to la UNAM, discover a controversial architect that changed the city. A piece by Alberto Lopez in el País (for Spanish readers only, sorry).

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