The ‘Peripheral Frontier’ investigates the relations between the production of space, periphery-driven politics, and the spatialization of difference (race, class, gender) in São Paulo
The research takes the material solidity of concrete as an entry point to uncover the instability of the Mexican national-developmental project and the techno-political apparatuses required to sustain it.
Research project in collaboration with the students of the Escola da Cidade, University of Architecture, São Paulo (in progress).
Reclaimed Land in Randall’s Island, NY
Reflections on the work of young architects in the periphery of São Paulo (Portuguese version).
São Paulo, Cabuçu de Cima
Project images and description in progress
Global Metropolitan Studies Grant, UC Berkeley, summer 2017