Courtesy LA Times

Last year, the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in Los Angeles launched a new initiative with Mexico’s Universidad Iberoamericana to allow architecture students from both countries present their ideas on how to transform the urban spaces of Mexico City and Los Angeles. At this year’s program, students are studying the Colonia Juárez neighborhood and presenting their ideas on affordable housing options. In the coming months, the Mexican and U.S. students will meet in California to share their design approaches and have their final projects reviewed by a panel of architects. Read the full article at the LA Times.

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