Mexico City

Q&A: Gabriella Gomez-Mount, Laboratorio Para la Ciudad (Part 1)

An interview with Gabriella Gomez-Mont, an artist, writer, documentarian, and curator who became the founder and director of a new government department centered around urban creativity and civic innovation in Mexico City, the Laboratorio Para la Ciudad

An interview with Gabriella Gomez-Mont, an artist, writer, documentarian, and curator who became the founder and director of a new government department centered around urban creativity and civic innovation in Mexico City, the Laboratorio Para la Ciudad

The Metropolis Guide to Mexico City’s Design Landscape

With their feet planted in their heritage, ears open to international trends, and eyes firmly set upon the future, the city’s designers and architects are poised for the spotlight.

With their feet planted in their heritage, ears open to international trends, and eyes firmly set upon the future, the city’s designers and architects are poised for the spotlight.

Why We Need Urban Microcenters In Our Cities

Microcenters would contain the necessary infrastructure for transportation, water, sewage, and power—all in the heart of the city.

In 2010, according to the Living Planet Report, 3,500 million people lived in urban areas and estimates project a doubling of that number, to 6,300 million people by 2050. In Mexico, an alarming growth is taking place in our major cities: Guadalajara City is comingling with municipalities such as El Salto, Tlajomulco de Zuñiga, Tlaquepaque, Tonalá, and Zapopan. Monterrey City is…