Founded in 2010, Michan Architecture is a studio based in Mexico City. The practice operates as a laboratory of architecture via built commissions and experimental research, exploring new possibilities within the discipline. We see architecture as a flirtation towards the built environment; a question towards the norm, a speculation of what the future can be.
The studio is led by Isaac Michan Daniel. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Universidad Iberoamericana with studies in RMIT University and a Masters in Architecture from Pratt Institute in New York. He has taught at Universidad Iberoamericana and the AA Visiting School in Mexico City. The work of the studio has been internationally published and widely exhibited.
Recently, z53 Social Housing was awarded in Architizer’s 2015 A+Awards in the Architecture+Low Cost Housing category as Popular Winner, and World Interior News 2015 nominated the practice among the 9 emerging interior practices of the year.