Street Plans + Architecture Students Perform Tactical Urbanism in Monterrey


On March 10th, Street Plans Principal Mike Lydon returned to work in Monterrey, Mexico with architecture students from Tecnológico de Monterrey – Campus Monterrey and the school’s affiliated non-profit organization Distrito TEC. This was his fourth visit to work the students.

For one day, they temporarily transformed an underutilized street corner on the school’s campus to better connect the campus to the surrounding community. The project included tearing down a fence on the edge of the school, painting a temporary curb extension with seating, and activating the green space on the corner with tables, chairs, games, a food truck, live music, and art. Click HERE to read more.