design thinking committed to the urban environment. Starting from the notion that the game represents an educational mechanism, this place will honor the playful past through the content of its program. In addition to the process of physical and symbolic recovery of the place, it explores a new socializing potential by nurturing it with different activities that reflect about our urban present and encourage transforming ideas to rethink the future of our city. During a year, it will host exhibitions, workshops and activations from projects of students, designers, architects and groups of cultural production to generate a very specific content proposal to the visitors of the forest.
In May, it hosted the exhibition “Ten Exponents of the XXI Century City – Architecture – Design”, a selection of city proposals made through different typologies and scales, which represent a change in the narrative of the urban space.
ClientBosque de Chapultepec
Gross Floor Area (mq)1500
ArchitectsAndrea CEsarman, Emilio Cabrero and Marco Coello
Design teamRodrigo Luna, Pro Bosque Chapultepec, Secretaria del Medio Ambiente de la CDMX, Humberto Muñozcano, Aldo Abrica, Santiago Trejo, Diego Pérez, Mónica Arellano, Gabriela Gómez, Israel Ruiz, Sergio Solares, Martin Cruz.
Photo CreditsJaime Navarro
Curriculum studio / partecipanteC CUBICA ARQUITECTOS is an interdisciplinary firm founded in 1990 by Andrea Cesarman, Emilio Cabrero and Marco Coello, architects and urban planners. It emerges as an expression channel for their passion for good design as a powerful tool for better quality of life through their projects.
Their work covers a wide range of scales and typologies, seeking a balance between form and function in every one of their projects that is always complemented with design that creates a whole concept. The creativity and understanding of the firm has been captured in residential projects, commercial, sport complexes, cultural, hospitality, urbanism, landscape, restoration, interior design and art.
C CUBICA ARQUITECTOS work has been recognized with over 50 architecture and design awards in Mexico and internationally.