Did you read our Mexico City Design Guide? Are you planning to visit the amazing design city of Mexico City between March 9th and 12th? Then you’re in for a treat! Welcome to MEXTROPOLI 2019 and to out MEXTROPOLI 2019 Event guide! Read further and learn more about the incredible Central American design event and tradeshow!
MEXTROPOLI 2019 EVENT GUIDE
ABOUT MEXTROPOLI 2019
What’s special Mextropoli 2019? First of all, the International Festival of Architecture is the most perfect excuse to enjoy the city of Mexico City while experiencing its architecture to the fullest! The Mexican city becomes in fact the most diverse and inspiring scene for thinkers, creators and designers from all over the world. It’s the perfect location and occasion for local and international lovers and enthusiasts of design and architecture to gather, and network!
Mextropoli 2019 is the only Latin American event that brings together more than 50.000 people with every edition, and just for the short duration of 4 days. All with the purpose of exploring and discovering a new vision – of the city and of architecture more in general.
MEXTROPOLI 2019 TOP EXHIBITORS
Alejandro Gastón Aravena Mori is a Chilean architect from Santiago. He is executive director of the firm Elemental S.A. He won the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2016. He was the director and curator of the Architecture Section of the 2016 Venice Biennale.
Rojkind Arquitectos is a Mexico City-based innovative firm focusing on design, business tactics, and experiential innovation. We design urban strategies and architectural solutions by redefining challenging conditions as design opportunities. Collaborating with experts from all fields, we develop custom-made experiences for each one of our clients and end users.
Barclay & Crousse
Founded in 1994 in Paris, since 2006 the studio Barclay & Crousse is based in Lima, pursuing its activity in France with the Parisian studio Atelier Nord-Sud. It manages a wide range of programs and focuses both on the relationship to place and human wellbeing, through pertinence in usage and taking care of time, space and light as central in our approach to architecture.
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