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Mexico City-based Rojkind Arquitectos’ Foro Boca houses the Boca del Rio Philharmonic Orchestra, which was formed in 2014 to boost the city’s music and cultural activities.

Built as part of a wider masterplan to rejuvenate the area, the concert hall occupies a parcel of land along the estuary of the Jamapa river, where a breakwater extends to split the mouth of the river and the Gulf of Mexico.

The building’s geometric shape – comprising different-sized blocks and angular walls – is intended to reference the rocky edge of this sea wall.

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