Ricardo Legorreta’s Plaza Juárez, opened last year, houses Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Relations, the city’s family courts, and this fountain, designed by artist Vicente Rojo. The 1,500 concrete pyramids are colored to look like tezontle, a volcanic stone first used by the Aztecs, which was also utilized throughout the complex’s façade.  Photo 9 of 13 in Hecho in Mexico City

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Ricardo Legorreta’s Plaza Juárez, opened last year, houses Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Relations, the city’s family courts, and this fountain, designed by artist Vicente Rojo. The 1,500 concrete pyramids are colored to look like tezontle, a volcanic stone first used by the Aztecs, which was also utilized throughout the complex’s façade.

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