Mathias Goeritz: Modernist Art and Architecture in Cold War Mexico contextualizes Goeritz’s art within the cultural and political transformations of Latin America.
As part of our 2018 Design Cities issue, Metropolis looked at projects, firms, and places that are driving global design culture today.
Designed by Mexican architects Ezequiel Farca and Cristina Grappin, the Magnolia House accommodates—and anticipates—changing family lifestyles.
A small yet ambitious exhibition at Archivo presents a proposal to relocate the murals of a Mexico City building to the state’s contested airport project.
These Mexican designers, who unveiled new collections at Zona Maco last week, play with tradition to make cutting edge, contemporary works.
At more than 50 stories, the Bora Residential Tower in Mexico City's Santa Fe neighborhood will offer great views and programmatic flexibility.
La Ciudad Está Allá Afuera, an ongoing show at the Tlatelolco University Cultural Center, uses art and architecture as a lens through which to explore the Mexican capital’s many realities.
This developer is bringing new life to Mexico City’s historic neighborhoods—but keeping focus on equitable, sustainable growth.
The CoRE Urban Forum brought international experts and local actors together to catalyze change in this pivotal moment in the city's history.
Mexico City’s urban think tank provides lessons in urban innovation to metropolises around the world
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
A quest for educational legacy provided the inspiration for Centro, a design and creative industries university in Mexico City.
The particularities of place and context should be among architects' foremost preoccupations, say the Mexico City-based designers.
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.
Charles de Lisle's wild ride as an award-winning designer is fueled by a deep love for making.
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…