Most Popular • Documentary, 20-Nov-2022
Episode one of MEXITY examines the ways contemporary Mexican architects are approaching award winning public spaces.
See progressive examples of building in harmony with pre-Hispanic history, and a showcase of uplifting post-earthquake urban revitalisation.
This episode features interviews with some of Mexico’s most influential architects, such as Mauricio Rocha, who discuss the changing landscape of public spaces across Mexico City.
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