Juan Carlos Espinosa Cuock
My urban futures
Urban and architectural research
Urban resilience, environmental emergencies, architectural anomalies and reactive forms from an aesthetic perspective.
Juan Carlos Espinosa Cuock is an architect, writer, researcher and urban planner specialized in resilience and reactive forms in emerging urban environments. He has developed his research and projects at the the Open-Output foundation in New York, Terreform NYC as well as the National Program for Public Space Rescue in Mexico. He is co-founder and researcher at Proyector, a curatorial platform based in Mexico City, dedicated to promoting emerging voices in contemporary architectural research. Juan holds a Bachelor and Masters in Architecture from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, a Master in History and Theory in Architecture from the polytechnic University of Madrid and a Masters in Architecture and Urban Design from Pratt Institute.