A lavish volume on the stunning interiors and houses of contemporary Mexican architect Miguel Ángel Aragonés. This beautiful monograph is the first book in English on Miguel Ángel Aragonés, a prolific architect known for his modernist sensibilities and artistic and creative use of lighting, with built work throughout Mexico, much of it in Mexico City. Considered an important member of the Mexican and Latin American architectural vanguard, Aragonés has gained international attention. Here beautiful photographs of Aragonés’s work are paired with his academic writings on his work and on architecture in general. Covering all of Aragonés work to date, this volume is sure to appeal to those interested in such greats of Mexican Modernism as Legorreta and Barragan, as well as the Latin American school of Modernism.

About The Author

Miguel Ángel Aragonés is an architect working in Mexico City. He has participated in the First International Architecture Biennial and has taught at the Colegio Arquitectos Vasco-Navarro in Bilbao, Spain, and at the Universidad Anáhuac. He has won awards from the International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers and the International Association of Lighting Designers.

  • Publish Date: February 26, 2013
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Category: Architecture - Individual Architects & Firms - General
  • Publisher: Rizzoli
  • Trim Size: 9-3/5 x 12-3/5
  • Pages: 448
  • US Price: $75.00
  • CDN Price: $80.00
  • ISBN: 978-0-8478-3987-2


"Argones is loaded with 300 masterful color photographs showcasing the work of the man who has an international reputation as an architect with modernist leanings and lighting touches that are incredibly creative. Dreamy and captivating photos of the work of this master, many of them from Mexico City, are merged in this terrific tome with insights provided in essays on his work and architecture in general.  HIGHLY NOTABLE."

"It is always a delight to come across a book filled with images of stunning buildings and interiors, especially when you have never seen any of them before..." ~Interior Design Magazine