Mextrópoli is a ludic and reflexive event that heightens the voices of architects, city planners and authorities to generate knowledge about the city that occupants inhabit. At Mextrópoli, public spaces are filled with pavilions, panel discussions that involve prominent actors in issues such as urbanism and public policy, as well as a strong selection of speakers. This program seeks to include all citizens. Students, activists, urban planners and architects are welcome to experience the extraordinary city.
In its sixth edition, the Mextrópoli Architecture and City Festival will propose new ways of thinking about the city as an open territory that is continually redefining its limits.
With more than 100 activities and an attendance of 88,000 students, professionals, and inhabitants, Mextrópoli is once again positioned to be one of the best events in the city. The event will take place from March 9-12, 2019 in Mexico City.
For more information, visit Mextrópoli website.
Text: Mónica Arellano, archdaily.com