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We create a shelter for solitary bees in cities.
The wall becomes a floor to introduce public space into the private space of the Arsenale.
How to work with Common Space on Social Housing Units (UH)? Which are the most useful tools for re–design public spaces? What is the criteria in which Institutions lay down to rehabilitate these spaces?
Said ‘table’ is an artifact of subtle divination: those who wish to ask, drink from the serene wáter of the table to receive an answer.
The construction and configuration of the city, begins with the act of delimitation. This project explores and documents the potential of a line -used as a design tool for building spatially, de-construct and re-work different perceptions of urban space.
We enhanced the network of the Collective Transportation System Metro of Mexico City as an integral network of multiple services, reactivating the 22 connected buildings.
Housing Archaeology: An approach that focuses on creating resilient neighborhoods that feature meaningful and pleasant public spaces in collaboration with citizens.
It is about making the invisible more visible, through a double reading between two different cities: Mexico and Berlin, learning to go back to basics can really make a change in the perception that people have of their own place.
This piece invites us to an architectural game of scale simulation that changes our perception of space. It allows us to look inside a model and to actually feel we are inside it. Sight becomes the key to entering a space.
How to look at a city? What does an architect see? What does he who creates ways of looking at something see?
What will a library look like on 2050? Will it be large, small or virtual? This piece explores how a representation conceptually changes the space and its dimensions.
We convert an empty room into a dark room that reflects the city
In order to rethink the architectural task and to enrich the discipline with an active “look”, this project focused on approaching different ways of looking at a mirror as well as on the different objects, tools and subjects applied to the observation.
From the City to the Machine suggests going from macro to micro scale, zooming the object from the city.
It applies methodologies to act in the public space with a format that mixes playfulness, phenomenology and pedagogy creating new metropolitan routes and icons.
This is a project about mobility and alternative uses of urban space that presents the particular vision of street-peddlers with their transportation artifacts, itineraries, harangues, trade and product.
This project redrew the city to find new ways of mapping the space flows. More than mere maps, the final result is a matrix system, a time-lapse, facilitating flow and transition management of public space, emphasizing space temporality.
This ATLAS is an exploration of the geography of the most common terms in a project’s topography, aimed at putting together a personal glossary.
Actions that generate the interaction of subjects and objects in a place meant to give the public space a new meaning.
Sustainability starts by changing a thought. Our thoughts become actions, our actions become habits, our habits build reality. We build our thoughts. Using social actions in Chimalhuacán we achieved little goals of community reconstruction.
The sketch of a city begins with a line. This project was about designing three actions to intervene an urban space with a line in order to learn how the uses and behaviors of people in this space were modified.
Public Space is constructed by working WITH the community, not just FOR it.
Opening new possibilities to investigate the recovery of public space and sub used spaces. Thus, the invisible city democratizes itself towards the rebuilding of urban and social fabric.
To design an object that reflects on its own building process is also considered architecture.
Redrawing something is beginning to transform it. As an archeologist, I rebuilt Alvar Aalto’s Villa Mairea by redrawing line by line based on the available blueprints.
To live inside is to integrate social housing to the city.
The Edge, read not as a border, but as a self-managed center for the conservation of land and mountains.
Rather different from the 150-year-old notion of travel as a form of escape into otherness, tourism today has become equated with life, transforming travel from an extraordinary event into a more everyday activity that relates to all other aspects of life.