Reforma Tower
Arquímedes 7

Border City

Mexico – USA Border

Border City presents a vision for a binational city on one of the world’s most important borders, that of the United States and Mexico, whose boundary states are now home to over 100 million people. The concept is rooted in the long history of places where frontiers meet, cities where cultures both clash and blend. This integrated masterplan is conducive to both sides of the border, drawing upon industrial, employment and trade opportunities, while recognising shortcomings in urban planning. Romero’s urban prototype, with a hexagonal plan, might offer a new model for cities as populations grow, migration increases, and economies continue to globalise. Sources: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, INM, Migration Policy Institute, U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Surveys, U.S. Department Of Transportation, INEGI, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, University of Texas, Bureau of Labor Statistics, WOLA, Advocacy for Human Rights in the Americas, PROMEXICO, Business Intelligence Unit, US Energy Information Administration, Institute for Energy Research
290000000 m2 /
3,121,531,000 ft2
Team and Collaborations
Fernando Romero, Sergio Rebelo, Unai Artetxe, Jessica Wang, Daniela Gallo, Ruoting Wang, Joao Urbano, Pedro Ramírez de Aguilar, Gaia Cella, Aleksandra Lukianova, Romain Thijsen, Luis Torres Lira, Yuri Jeong, Francisco Rocha, Rigel Davila, Qingyi Chen, Moss Palmer. David Forsyth, Filipe Jose Lacerda Neto, Alan Mauricio Parra Vázquez, Osmin Josue Lopez Avalos, Dante Baldassin, Tracy Guzikowski, Gabriel Maese, Turku Colak, Yanni Wang, Yuan Liu, Yueming Zhao, Xiao Gu

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