Gallery: Richard Meiers’ Prismatic Liberty Plaza Will Bring New LEED Co...

Liberty Plaza is a new mixed-use development slated for Mexico City comprised of three prism-inspired towers. Bound by a new commercial area to the north and a nature reserve to the south, the new project designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects is aiming for LEED certification and will be one of the first of its kind in Mexico. Louvers on the souther facade will help control solar heat gain and daylighting along with other water and energy efficiency strategies. The centerpiece of the development will be the new W Santa Fe Hotel, attracting travelers and business people alike to the burgeoning area.

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