Pablo Goldin is an architect and writer based in Mexico City and Moscow. His main interest is to explore the integration of design, narrative and politics in the shaping of space.
Throughout his practice he has collaborated with different architectural offices in Mexico and Germany in the realization of urban, architectural and editorial projects, among which stand out Estudio MMX, Taller de Arquitectura Mauricio Rocha + Gabriela Carrillo and Sauerbruch Hutton Architects in Berlin. His bachelor thesis in UNAM university, La Merced: Illusion, Failure and Redemption received the Abraham Zabludovsky Prize in 2018.
His texts have been published in various digital and print media and books, including Arquine magazine and blog, the weekly Confabulario from the El Universal newspaper, the book MMX Arquitectura y Territorio de Estudio MMX and the book Inventory MMXVIII by Alberto Kalach.