Michel Rojkind




Mexico City



Michel Rojkind studied Architecture and Urban Planning at the Universidad Iberoamericana. He has served as a guest lecturer at IACC in Barcelona, as well as at SCI-ARC, IIT, UPenn, and Harvard in the United States. He is a member of the National Academy of Architecture and the National System of Creators (FONCA). Rojkind has served as a jury member in various international awards and competitions and has delivered lectures around the world.

In 2002, he founded Rojkind Arquitectos, a creative studio focusing on design, business tactics, and experiential innovation processes based in Mexico City. The studio specializes in urban strategy design and architectural solutions, turning contemporary challenges into design opportunities. Notable built projects in Mexico include the Chocolate Museum (2007), National Cineteca of the 21st Century (2012), Mercado Roma (2014), HighPark (2015), and the home of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Boca del Río: Foro Boca (2017).

Rojkind has been featured and recognized in numerous international books and magazines such as The New York Times, Wallpaper, Architectural League of New York, Architectural Digest, Líderes Mexicanos, Forbes, among others.

Michel Rojkind’s Work at OMET