Yucatán is a state located in the southeast of Mexico on what is known as the Yucatán Peninsula, geographically bordering the Gulf of Mexico, Quintana Roo and Campeche.
Within this state lie 4 magical towns : Izamal, Maní, Sisal and Valladolid. The architecture of this place is a mix of indigenous, Hispanic, Mexican, French, Italian and American influences.
In the territory of the state of Yucatán there are two of the more than thirty places in Mexico that have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. These sites include the Mayan archaeological complex of Chichén Itzá, home to the famous Pyramid of Kukulkan, known as one of the new seven wonders of the modern world, and the ancient Mayan city of Uxmal, whose most notable structure is the Pyramid of the Fortune Teller. Also, the ring of cenotes stands out , which is on the Indicative list to be declared a World Heritage Site of Mexico.
The capital of Yucatán is Mérida, it is one of the regions that has experienced a significant boom in architecture in recent years due to the emerging talent that has been positioned with awards and biennials throughout the country. However, we were previously able to explore the contemporary architecture of this region in this article.
On this occasion, we present a compilation of projects located in Yucatán which belong to different regions including La Ceiba, Chicxulub, Chablekal, Espita, Progreso, Telchac Puerto, X-Cuyum, and Se.