Felipe Correa, TSA 00 publishes Mexico City: Between Geometry and Geography
MEXICO CITY: BETWEEN GEOMETRY AND GEOGRAPHY
BY FELIPE CORREA and CARLOS GARCIAVELEZ ALFARO
Unique in scope, scale, and civic aspiration, Mexico City is the ideal laboratory to test the capacity of urban design to construct a spatial synthesis from the geometric and organizational complexity of the city’s layered urban scenarios. Mexico City: Between Geometry and Geography examines—through photography, archival material, and analytical drawings—the urbanistic evolution of Mexico City. The volume focuses specifically on the relationship between major public works projects and the urban fragments they have created in order to construct a visual analysis of the most dominant urban morphologies at play in the city.