Edificio Santalaia in Bogota, Colombia is one of the coolest vertical gardens in the world. With over 33,000 Sq. feet of plants, it’s a living building.
Facing Walls: USA and Mexico’s violation of the rights of asylum seekers, a new report from Amnesty International USA, explores the impact of a raft of new policies and ongoing practices that result in asylum seekers pursuing increasingly more desperate and dangerous means of crossing the U.S. border.
The Civil War in Colombia seems to have come to an end. The Colombian government and the FARC rebels announced that a cease fire would begin on August 29th.
Fidel Castro is dead at age 90. Fidel Castro ruled Cuba for almost 50 years before handing over the powers to his brother Raul in 2008.
Honduran environmental leader and winner of the 2015 Goldman Environmental Prize Berta Caceres was shot and killed at her home.
In his book “Radical Cities”, Justin McGuirk travels across Latin America in search of activist architects, maverick politicians and alternative communities.
Colombia has unveiled “Bring IT On”, a new PR campaign to promote the country as an international leader for IT services and solutions.
A collaboration between architect Norman Foster and Fernando Romero Enterprises has won the competition to design the new international airport in Mexico.
Globant, the Argentine technology services company founded by a group of four friends in 2003, has filed papers to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange. It would be the first IPO for a Latin American company in almost 5 years.