Government Palace and Chamber of Deputies [1963]

Joaquín Alvarez Ordóñez

Little information can be sourced when it comes to certain pieces of Mexican government architecture – and their Chamber of Deputies building in Campeche is no different. With an overtly geometrical form, a mirrored pyramid broken by a thin horizontal line of glazing that seems to reference science fiction more heavily than Brutalist trends heavily looked to for government structures of the time.

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