Hexa City

The hexagonal shape is inspired by the light-weight molecular structures exhibiting high strength-to-weight ratios. The form tapers and expands in order to optimize the structural performance and programmatic needs. Two hexagonal shapes are used to create a hexagonal truss.

Housing and office spaces are allocated within the hexagons, while the majority of the services are accommodated in the bridging service beams.

A circulation system with elevators, high-speed funiculars, escalators and elevated walkways provide quick transportation through the city. A glass skin consisting of solar cells together with wind farms properly allocated in the 3-dimensional shape of the building are used to satisfy the majority of the electrical needs for the city.

Hexa City is designed with great spatial flexibility, allowing property versatility and adaptation to the quickly changing demands of the market.






12,890,000 m2 /

138,746,671 ft2


Fernando Romero, Joana Gomes, Liliana Viveros, Diego Velázquez, Juan Carlos Ramos, Leni Farenzena, Rigel Dávila, Roberto Chávez, Luying Guo, Antonia Wai and Ryan Kukuraitis, Adrian Krezlik.


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