ITAM Campus

Mexico City  Map
In progress
Lead Designer
José Bruguera

More than doubling the footprint of the existing campus, this expansion of Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, one of Mexico’s most important universities, will recenter the campus around a composition of landscaped outdoor spaces and new facilities.

The reimagined campus will serve a growing population of faculty and students as well as professionals seeking to advance their careers in a new executive education center. The campus is designed to welcome the adjacent community, with multipurpose facilities, plazas, and paths through the site.

While the buildings’ exteriors share a palette of materials, their facades vary, reflecting the different functions housed within.

In addition to classrooms, faculty offices, dormitories, and the executive education center, the new facilities include a student union, dining with outdoor terraces, an expanded library relocated from the existing campus, an outdoor amphitheater atop a tiered-seating auditorium, and an administration building roofed with a helipad. Much of the university's existing parking will be relocated below grade.

Show Facts

in the historic neighborhood of San Angel, in the south of Mexico City


82,000 m2 / 883,000 ft2 above grade, plus 3 levels below-grade parking

PCF&P Services

campus planning, architecture


International Architecture Award, Honorable Mention
Chicago Athenaeum / European Centre, 2022

Project Credits

Images: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners