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Design Week Mexico and Museo Tamayo launch major architectural pavilion in Mexico City's Chapultepec Park

For its 8th edition, which hosts Germany as Guest Country, Design Week Mexico is presenting in collaboration with Museo Tamayo, a major public architectural pavilion designed by leading German architects Nikolaus Hirsch / Michel Muller. Until Spring 2017, the pavilion will become a significant cultural attraction of Chapultepec Park, Mexico City?s largest public park, for everyone to enjoy.
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