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TACO NIGHT was a success!

TACO NIGHT was a success!

Taco Night is a fun way for us to connect with our friends and collaborators. We strongly believe in food’s power to bring people together and are always happy to share a table (and even a plate) with close friends and new faces. We hope you join us at our next food event! Stay tuned for the recipes of some of the tacos we made!

ALMA at What Design Can Do Conference

ALMA at What Design Can Do Conference

ALMA joins What Design Can Do Mexico City to discuss some of the topics closest to our project and our hearts in this Breakout Session:

GRAB YOUR CRITICAL THINKING HAT AND DEBATE DESIGN, PRODUCTS, BUSINESS, STRATEGIES AND SYSTEMS.

Hosted by Miguel Melgarejo and Joel Escalona featuring Berke Gold of ALMA

In this breakout session different perspectives about how design can impact business, society and the environment will be shared, discussed and applied. Joel Escalona and Miguel Melgarejo will share local insights about how design really works out (or not) through their...


FOOD HIGHLIGHTS: TAMALES MADRE

FOOD HIGHLIGHTS: TAMALES MADRE

As you might have guessed, here at ALMA we’re big on food. Yes, Michelin stars are fine, but have you ever had curbside tacos? When we talk about food highlights we are trying to share our favorite places to eat, regardless of how casual or fancy they are. If they have good salsa we are in.


We have quite a lot of Tamales under our belt —figuratively and literally too. We have had them all, steamed in a banana leaf, filled with refried beans, slightly charred in totomoxtle leaves, savory, sweet, spicy and even sour...


A quien corresponda

A quien corresponda

We are happy to be part of the exhibition "A quien corresponda" curated by Inés Benítez and Edgar Rodríguez at the Kirkland Gallery in Harvard University. The exhibition invites Mexican designers and architects to showcase their work on a 0.0588 m2. surface in an American Institutional exhibition space. The format seeks to question exclusivity as a tool for legitimizing creative disciplines and manages to present an array of ideas concerning what design is in Mexico.

The curators also chose to make a reference to mail art. All pieces were delivered by mail and hat to...