This project research the idea of a series of building that act like a city using the terraces as a circulation system.
In this city the free spaces in between the building are used as common areas and depending on the density of the city and the grow the building clusters can me reinterpreted to act as parks changing the urban area of the project.

A recent study shows that Mexico City’s wealthiest neighbourhoods have access to six times more public spaces and green areas than their poorest counterparts.

Theoretically, each inhabitant of CDMX has on average 5,3 m² of green space, according to the Mexican Ministry of Environment. However, as the map of the research shows, distribution is highly unequal.

The World Health Organization recommended the availability of a minimum of 9 m2 of green space per individual with an ideal UGS value of 50 m2 per capita.







ENDLESS CITY is a project of IAAC, Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed at MAA01 in 2018/19 by:

Student: Ricardo Lichtle

Course: X-Urban Design

Faculty: Willy Muller, Jordi Vivaldi