Leticia Lozano currently works at LabCDMX, the civic innovation and urban creativity government think tank in Mexico City, where she is head of #PlayfulCity, a research and experimentation area focused on understanding how play and playfulness can be active tools for city design and planning. Prior to be part of the Lab’s team she was an associate lecturer in interior architecture at La Universidad de las Américas Puebla and the National University of Arts, Bucharest. Her curiosity and creativity have led her to explore the boundaries between architecture, design and art and their impact on public policy. She has been working as an experience designer and strategist for over six years. Her work focuses on research, development, design and production of creative projects, like urban installations, exhibitions, services and strategies.
Events featuring this speaker
Making the City Playable delegates will meet the 15 city change makers from the new global talent development programme Creative Producers International and participate in a series of playful interventions across the city.