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MUMEDI Museo Mexicano del Diseño

MUMEDI Museo Mexicano del Diseño - Mexicocity

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Meet with other creative minds to share a good cup of coffee or try one of our dishes, specialy designed and prepared to perfection.

Appreciate and buy design objects and specialized publications.

Experiment, using the museum store as a laboratory, where you can sell from one item, providing an opportunity for young creatives to start their business with small productions.

Attend exhibitions, presentations, conferences, workshops and courses related to design.

Acknowledge that history can coexist in the same space with contemporary design and sustainability.

Just enjoy, if you're a designer, but also if you are a person who thinks is alien to  the subject, but it will surely find this world of design, addictively fascinating.

MUMEDI welcomes you to the house of the late Count of Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe del Peñasco, Don Francisco Mora y Luna, Dragons Colonel of the Provincial Militias (1719-1788) and his wife, the Countess Doña Ildefonsa Peréz Calderón.

This house was built on top of the palace of the Spanish conqueror Hernán Cortés, Marquis of the Oaxaca Valley. Its foundations are part of what was the pyramid of the Aztec Emperor Huehue Moctezuma Ilhuicamina (1440 to 1469).

Its present façade was designed at the end of the XVIIIth century by a disciple of great architect Manuel Tolsá.

Address: Francisco I. Madero 74 Centro, 06000 México, D. F. , Mexico City, 06600 View Larger Map

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