Reforma II Tower

FR-EE’s proposal for an office tower located in Paseo de la Reforma, the most significant axis in Mexico City, advances a focused strategy to provide class-A workspace to top local and multinational companies. The site, located near the Colón roundabout, a key point along the avenue, is roughly 1.5 acres in size. The 49-level tower has an additional 11 levels below grade.

Several architectural volumes contain the tower’s mixed-use program. Inside, micro-cities create density and diversity, while the relationship between the volumes creates interstitial spaces for perspectives and views. The tower’s programmatic logic and resultant form multiply the spatial value both inside and out.

For optimal performance, Reforma II Tower provides maximum plan flexibility and features two strategically placed vertical communication cores. The project incorporates sustainable design elements and technologies to create a performance-driven environment, which adds value to the design of the tower.






292,828 m² /

3,151,974.3 ft²


Mexico City, Mexico



Located in Paseo de la Reforma, one of Mexico City’s most important axes. The building’s skin acts as a rainwater collection screen. 47 levels for office space, 11 levels for parking and 2 levels for commercial spaces.



Fernando Romero, Sergio Rebelo, Unai Artetxe, Fernando Torres, Daniela Gallo, Antonia Wai, Ryan Kukuraitis, Rebecca Miller, Leonidas Trampoukis, Wilson Chang, JungHoon Jin, Fei Hu, Sang-Uk.


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