Mexico City Studio
Analysis | Urban Design | Urban Planning
In Fall 2016, I participated in a graduate research studio at UVA, with other planning, architecture, and landscape architecture students. The theme of the studio was Surrealism in Mexico City, particularly focusing on the district of Iztapalapa where many of the conflicting city forces are colliding (subsidence, water shortages, flooding, self-built housing, etc). We explored interventions to achieve some grassroots change to the many challenges within Iztapalapa. The documents posted here represent some of the analysis I conducted.