Faculty publish new book on Mexico City

Between Geometry and GeographyTracing the urban evolution of Mexico City, Mexico City: Between Geometry and Geography, coedited by associate professor of urban design Felipe Correa and critic in urban planning and design Carlos Garciavelez Alfaro, looks at a selection of the capital city’s key urban projects throughout its 600-year history.

Recently reviewed in ArchDaily, the volume also includes a collection of writings by Loreta Castro Reguera (MAUD ’10), Raymond Garbe Professor of Architecture and Urban Design and Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor Peter G. Rowe, and Veronica Rudge Green Prize recipient Mario Schjetnan, among others.