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Pedro y Juana


Pedro y Juana

November 4, 2016

Pedro y Juana (Pedro&Juana) is a studio from Mexico City founded by Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo and Mecky Reuss that works on a variety of projects across creative professions. Some of them are: Dear Randolph (2015), a domestic interior public square for the 2015 Chicago Architecture Biennial, The State of the Art of Architecture, composed of moving lamps, rockers, tall and not so tall tables and some wall tapestry. Pavilion Of Hotel Palenque Is Not In Yucatan (2014), a pavilion within an exhibition that served as the site for the symposium The Future Curatiorial What Not & Study What? Conundrum, and which hosted a Little Pig Session (Sesiones Puerquito 2012-2015), cooking a suckling as pretext for better conversation. Archivo Pavilion (2012), an intervention in the gardens of Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura DF/Mexico. Hellmut (2013) a Table turn Bench turn Table for Gallery 1 of Museo Jumex DF/Mexico. Casa Reyes (2011-2012) an annex in an ex-colonial house in Merida/Yucatan. Cocina DS (2013), a kitchenette entrance for Dorothea Schlueter Galerie in Hamburg/Germany. ​​

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