BBVA Bancomer headquarters infographic
BBVA Bancomer’s new headquarters designed by LegoRogers, was a collaboration between Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Mexican firm Legoretta + Legoretta.
The 50-storey office tower creates a new urban landmark on the skyline of Mexico City and brings together the different architectural languages of the two practices. Located on the Paseo de la Reforma, it provides 78,800m² of prime office space and can accommodate 4,500 members of staff.
For more information see BBVA Bancomer headquarters or click on the infographic below.
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--RSHP 08:25, 10 Feb 2016 (BST)
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