Museo Internacional del Barroco

Culture / Mexico

Project Type

Integral execution of installations at a museum.

Description

The International Baroque Museum (MIB) in Puebla, Mexico was designed by the Japanese architect Toyo Ito, awarded the Pritzker Architectural Prize in 2013. This building project and its installations reflect avant-garde trends in the world of museums, letting visitors immerse themselves in history in a contemporary style, using the most advanced technologies and equipment available.

Project Details

  • Electrical installations for distribution and protection, medium and low voltage.
  • Installations for air-conditioning and dehumidification.
  • Hydraulic installations for SCW and SHW, sanitation and rainwater.
  • Telecommunications installations voice-data
  • Safety installations. Access control, CCTV, automatic detection and fire extinguishing systems.

CLIENT: Grupo Hermes
LOCATION: Puebla, Zaragoza, Mexico

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