August 11th-14th
23 Speakers
Mérida, Yucatán, México.

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Yucatán 2024

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Welcome to the Fab City Summit 2024

The Fab City Summit 2024 marks a decade of dedication to creating sustainable and collaborative urban environments worldwide. This milestone event, set against the backdrop of Yucatán’s unique landscape, offers a platform for discussing thematic areas crucial for the future: from neighborhoods to bioregions, and global collaboration frameworks to governance. Join us in exploring strategies towards achieving our collective goal by 2054, focusing on innovation, sustainability, and community-driven change.

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Main Thematic Areas

Hyperlocal Action

Delve into the power of neighborhoods, civic centers, and urban farms, emphasizing local fablabs/makerspaces and DIY communications infrastructure.

Bioregional Collaboration

Explore natural systems, water storage, forests, and energy production, bridging the gap between human needs and environmental stewardship.

Metaglobal Connections

Unpack the complexities of supply chains, market regulations, cultural and resource wars, and the impact of tourism and global exchanges.

Celebrating a Decade Together
Hacienda Sotuta de Peón
Hacienda Sotuta de Peón

A vibrant experience

A vibrant experience

Embark on a unique journey at this iconic hacienda surrounded by agave fields, lush vegetation and its own private cenote. A wide range of cultural, historical, tourist, and gastronomic delights awaits in the stunning Mexican landscapes.

GLOBAL EXPERTS

GLOBAL EXPERTS

Collaborate and network with local policymakers, Fab City Network stakeholders, and design researchers from more then 50 countries on actionable projects and sustainable initiatives.

Innovative workshops

Innovative workshops

Engage in dialogues about global collaboration frameworks led by experts in design, sustainability, and technology and participate in transformative learning experiences and hands-on workshops.

Roadmap

Our Roadmap

2011 - 2014

Launched in Fab7 Lima. Fab City starts to be in the agenda of the Fab Lab Network.

2014 - 2018

At the Fab10 Barcelona closing event, the Mayor announces the 2054 challenge.

2018 - 2020

The Fab City Foundation is founded to support the Fab City Global Initiative & the Full Stack is launched.

2021 - 2025

The strategic action plan based on the Full Stack is developed with the FCGI. Products and programs of the Foundation are expanded to meet the global challenge.

speakers

The Speakers

Interactive Sessions and Workshops

Participate in hands-on workshops and discussions led by experts in design, sustainability, and technology.

Collaborate with local policymakers, Fab City Network stakeholders, and design researchers on actionable projects.

Engage in dialogues about global collaboration frameworks and the governance of sustainable initiatives.

Why Attend?

Connect with Global Leaders: Join a community of innovators, thinkers, and change-makers.

Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Fab City Pledge: Reflect on the journey and envision the road ahead.

Drive Impactful Change: Collaborate on projects that push the boundaries of sustainability and innovation.

Join Us

Be part of the movement shaping the future of how we live, work, and co-create. The Fab City Summit 2024 in Yucatán is more than an event; it's a milestone in our collective journey towards a sustainable and interconnected world.

Summit Yucatán
schedule

Event Schedule

  • Day 01

    Aug 11, 2024

  • Day 02

    Aug 12, 2024

  • Day 03

    Aug 13, 2024

  • Day 04

    Aug 14, 2024

06:30 PM - 08:00 PM
Icebreaker & Networking Session

Icebreaker & Networking Session

Welcome to the Fab City Summit 2024! We are excited to begin with our Icebreaker Session and Toast, setting the stage for the days ahead.

Location: TBD

08:00 AM - 08:45 AM
Transfer to Anahuac Mayab University

Transfer to Anahuac Mayab University

Buses will depart from "Gamma Mérida el Castellano" to Anahuac Mayab University.

Pick-Up Location Details:
Hotel Name: Gamma Mérida el Castellano
Location: C. 57 NO. 513 62-x 64, Parque Santa Lucia, Centro, 97000 Mérida, Yucatan, Mexico

Drop-Off Location Details:
Name: Universidad Anahuac Mayab
Location: Km 15.5, Carr. Mérida - Progreso, 97302 Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico.

09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Registration & Welcome Coffee

Registration & Welcome Coffee

Register and receive your name tags once you arrive at Anahuac Mayab University. Following registration, coffee service will be available before the official launch.

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Fab City Summit Kickoff & Overview

Fab City Summit Kickoff & Overview

Join us for the official kickoff of the Fab City Summit, hosted by Fab City Yucatán. The Yucatan Team will provide an engaging overview of the summit by outlining the key themes, goals, and activities that will shape our discussions and collaborations. Following their presentation, the Dean at Universidad Anáhuac Mayab, will share additional insights and welcome remarks, highlighting the university's role and contributions to the event.

10:30 AM - 10:45 AM
The Fab City Collective Mural

The Fab City Collective Mural

This workshop serves as an observatory for trends and ideas in locally productive and globally connected cities. Participants will contribute to a living storybook that showcases inspiring projects and initiatives, both successes and failures. The installation will be central and interactive, inviting contributions throughout the whole Fab City Summit. Two brief presentations will highlight exemplary initiatives, fostering conversation and inspiration.

Workshop Facilitators:

- Carolina Marini: Co-Founder of the Instituto Fab Lab Brasil.
- Annie Farlette: Coordinator & Strategic Ecodesign at Communautique, and Instructor at Fab Academy and Fabricademy.
- Aristarco Cortes: Deputy Director of Commercial & Projects at IBERO IDIT Puebla.
- Antonio Chanoca: Co-Founder of FLOW Portugal & Innovatrix.
- Jana Koppe: Postdoctoral Researcher at Helmut Schmidt Universität & Senior Project Manager at the New Production Institute.
- Claire Chaikin-Bryan: Director at Unconvengineering & Fab Lab Lead at Lake Macquarie City Council.

10:45 AM - 12:30 PM
(G)Local Learning Panel

(G)Local Learning Panel

Moderated by Fab City Foundation, and with the participation of the following key speakers:

- Sherry Lassiter - President & CEO of The Fab Foundation
- Antonio Reus: Director of Institute for Innovation, Science and Entrepreneurship for Competitiveness at the Government of the State of Guanajuato.
- Narciso Acuña - R&D Director of Anahuac Mayab University
- Regiane Relva Romano - Head of Smart Campus at FACENS & CEO of VIP-SYSTEMS Technology
- Pablo Alvarez Tostado: Director of Development & Technological Innovation at Government of The State of Yucatan (Mexico).

12:30 PM - 01:30 PM
Intelligence Laboratory & (G)Local Learning Tour

Intelligence Laboratory & (G)Local Learning Tour

Led by Narciso Acuña, participants will experience cutting-edge innovation at the newly developed Intelligence Laboratory at Universidad Anáhuac Mayab. As part of our "(G)Local Learning" initiative, this tour will showcase advanced facilities designed to enhance advanced educational and technological innovation.

Tour Highlights:
- High-Performance Labs: Customizable workstations for advanced computing tasks.
- Animatrix Lab: High-tech tools for digital art and animation.
- VR Lab: Immersive virtual reality experiences for various fields of study.
- 3D Printing and Advanced Manufacturing: Facilities for prototyping and product development.
- Gaming Room Arena: State-of-the-art equipment for esports and game design.

01:30 PM - 02:30 PM
Lunch Break

Lunch Break

A perfect time to recharge, network with fellow participants, and discuss the morning's sessions in a casual setting.

02:30 PM - 04:00 PM
(Hyper)Local Intervention Workshop

(Hyper)Local Intervention Workshop

Explore the Fab City network's mission of shifting from "Products In Trash Out" (PITO) to "Data In Data Out" (DIDO) and its connection to circularity. This workshop will delve into metrics and indexes used to track and benchmark circular processes in cities. Through discussions and idea-sharing, participants will examine evidence-based indicators relevant to Fab Cities, aiming to improve monitoring, assess progress towards circularity, and compare the effectiveness of interventions.

Workshop Facilitator: Jan Peuckert - Researcher at Helmut Schmidt University & New Production Institute

02:30 PM - 04:00 PM
Convening the Fab Cities of the Americas For Closer Collaboration Workshop

Convening the Fab Cities of the Americas For Closer Collaboration Workshop

This session builds on discussions from Campus Fab City Montréal 2023, focusing on deeper collaboration among Fab Cities of the Americas. Key topics include Fab City prototypes, data activism, educational programs, evidence creation, funding, technology development for metrics, women's roles, and integrating indigenous knowledge. Together, we'll co-create a shared space for ongoing collaboration and future initiatives.

Workshop Facilitators:
- Carolina Marini: Co-Founder of the Instituto Fab Lab Brasil
- Annie Farlette: Coordinator & Strategic Ecodesign at Communautique, and Instructor at Fab Academy and Fabricademy.
- Raquel Peñalosa: President of Communautique

04:15 PM - 05:15 PM
Transfer to Merida City Centre

Transfer to Merida City Centre

Buses will depart from Anahuac Mayab University back to Merida City Centre. Drop-off point same as pick-up point.

Drop-off Location Details:
Hotel Name: Gamma Mérida el Castellano
Location: C. 57 NO. 513 62-x 64, Parque Santa Lucia, Centro, 97000 Mérida, Yucatan, Mexico

06:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Fab City Pledge Ceremony at Palacio de la Musica

Fab City Pledge Ceremony at Palacio de la Musica

Venue: Palacio de la Música
Location: Calle 58 núm. 497 x 59 y 60, Centro Histórico, Mérida Yucatán

18:30 - Fab Cities of Latam Panel: Moderated by Ileana Cerón, founder of Fab City Yucatan.

19:00 - State of the Fab Lab Network: Moderated by Sherry Lassiter, President & CEO of The Fab Foundation.

19:15 - State of the Fab City Index: Moderated by Prof. Neil Gershenfeld, Director of The Center for Bits and Atoms.

19:30 - State of the Fab City Global Initiative: Moderated by Kate Armstrong, CEO of the Fab City Foundation.

19:45 - New Cities Pledge: This year we welcome the Cities of Renca (Chile), Tanga (Tanzania), and Merida (Mexico) to the Fab City Global Initiative.

20:30 - 22:00 - Fab City 10 Year Anniversary Celebration.

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM
 Transfer to Hacienda Sotuta de Peón

Transfer to Hacienda Sotuta de Peón

Buses will depart from "Gamma Mérida el Castellano" to Hacienda Sotuta de Peón

Pick-Up Location Details:
Hotel Name: Gamma Mérida el Castellano
Location: C. 57 NO. 513 62-x 64, Parque Santa Lucia, Centro, 97000 Mérida, Yucatan, Mexico

Drop-Off Location Details:
Hotel Name: Hacienda Sotuta de Peón
Location: Domicilio Conocido Tecoh, 97822, Sotuta De Peón, Yucatán, México.

09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Registration & Welcoming Coffee

Registration & Welcoming Coffee

Upon arrival participants will receive their Name Tags and enjoy refreshments.

For those who opted staying at the Hacienda, check-in will be later in the afternoon (a secure luggage storage area will be provided).

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Bioregional Sustainability Tour

Bioregional Sustainability Tour

Experience how sustainable practices and community efforts are regenerating the Yucatan bioregion through an immersive experience showcasing the transformative journey of the renowned Henequén fiber, also known as "Green Gold." Witness sustainable practices that are reshaping the region and empowering the local community.

12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
Fab City Full Stack Bootcamp

Fab City Full Stack Bootcamp

The Bootcamp is designed to empower Fab City enthusiasts with a deep understanding of the seven layers of the Fab City Full Stack by engaging hands-on activities, interactive discussions, and collaborative projects, learning how to apply the principles and developing a strategic implementation plan tailored to address local challenges and opportunities.

Highlights:
- A thorough comprehension of the Fab City Full Stack's seven layers, which include infrastructure, learning, innovation, communities, territories, bioregions, and planet.
- Practical skills and knowledge needed to develop a strategic implementation plan to implement the Fab City Full Stack framework within the local context.

Facilitators:
- Kate Armstrong: CEO of the Fab City Foundation & Executive Director of Interspecies Internet
- Tomas Diez: Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Fab City Foundation

01:30 PM - 02:30 PM
Lunch Break

Lunch Break

Participants will experience an authentic Yucatecan meal at Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, where traditional local dishes are prepared using slow food recipes passed down through generations. Enjoy the rich flavors of the region, crafted with respect for cultural heritage and sustainable practices. Each dish celebrates the culinary legacy of Yucatán, providing a true taste of the area's history and traditions.

02:30 PM - 04:00 PM
Networking & Check In

Networking & Check In

After lunch, participants who opted to stay at the hacienda will be guided to their rooms for check-in. This is also a perfect opportunity to network with fellow attendees in a relaxed setting. Engage in meaningful conversations, share insights, and build connections with peers from diverse backgrounds.

04:00 PM - 05:30 PM
(Bio)Regional Regeneration Panel

(Bio)Regional Regeneration Panel

The Panel will serve as a discussion focused on exploring natural systems at scale and the infrastructure developed for resource extraction. As Yucatan being one of the Fab Regions, this panel advances the bioregional approach essential for Fab City's development. This session provides a unique opportunity to engage with experts and the local community, steering away from the conventional techno-centric agenda.

Panel Moderator:
- Tomas Diez: Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Fab City Foundation

Panelists:
- The Bioregional Center for Sustainability Science, Planning & Design at UC San Diego
- Edward Angimoy: Department Coordinator of Resource Development at IDEP Foundation (Indonesia)
- Alejandra Bolio: Director of Sustainable Development Unit - Merida City Hall
- Jorge Lopez Ortiz: Ph.D. in Urban Planning & Postdoctoral Researcher at UADY

05:45 PM - 07:00 PM
Climate Resilience & Fab Cities Towards COP 30 Panel

Climate Resilience & Fab Cities Towards COP 30 Panel

This panel discussion will delve into how Fab Cities can leverage their strategies to address the effects of climate change. Focused on recent climate events, such as the May 2024 floods in southern Brazil, the panel will explore the role of Fab Labs and Fab Cities in urgent climate action. Featuring representatives from the Global Fab Lab network and Amazonian initiatives, the discussion will highlight essential practices and initiatives to mitigate climate change and promote resilient urbanism, preparing the network for pivotal discussions such as the COP30 United Nations Climate Conference.

Panel Moderator:
- Milena Juarez: Researcher & Project Manager at Fab Lab Barcelona

Panelists to be confirmed.

07:15 PM - 08:30 PM
Dinner At The Hacienda

Dinner At The Hacienda

Enjoy an evening with "Dinner at the Hacienda," featuring traditional Yucatecan dishes made from local ingredients, reflecting slow food practices and generational recipes. The meal will be accompanied by local musicians performing typical Yucatecan music, providing a cultural touch.

08:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Nightcap At The Hacienda

Nightcap At The Hacienda

We will conclude the evening with a "Nightcap at the Hacienda." This relaxed session will provide a chance to unwind with fellow participants over a selection of beverages. Reflect on the day's activities, share insights, and engage in informal discussions in a comfortable setting. This is an ideal opportunity for participants to network and build connections in a more casual atmosphere before retiring for the night.

10:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Transfer to Merida City Centre

Transfer to Merida City Centre

For those participants who opted to stay in Merida City Centre, buses will depart from "Hacienda Sotuta de Peón" to "Gamma Mérida el Castellano"

Pick-Up Location Details:
Hotel Name: Hacienda Sotuta de Peón
Location: Domicilio Conocido Tecoh, 97822, Sotuta De Peón, Yucatán, México.

Drop-Off Location Details:
Hotel Name: Gamma Mérida el Castellano
Location: C. 57 NO. 513 62-x 64, Parque Santa Lucia, Centro, 97000 Mérida, Yucatan, Mexico

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM
Transfer to Hacienda Sotuta de Peón

Transfer to Hacienda Sotuta de Peón

Buses will depart from "Gamma Mérida el Castellano" to Hacienda Sotuta de Peón

Pick-Up Location Details:
Hotel Name: Gamma Mérida el Castellano
Location: C. 57 NO. 513 62-x 64, Parque Santa Lucia, Centro, 97000 Mérida, Yucatan, Mexico

Drop-Off Location Details:
Hotel Name: Hacienda Sotuta de Peón
Location: Domicilio Conocido Tecoh, 97822, Sotuta De Peón, Yucatán, México.

09:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Welcoming Coffee

Welcoming Coffee

The final day of the Fab City Summit starts with a Welcoming Coffee at the hacienda. Enjoy fresh coffee and light refreshments. This is an ideal time to reconnect, network, and prepare for the day's panels, workshops, and activities.

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
(Hyper)Local Intervention Panel

(Hyper)Local Intervention Panel

Led by Milena Juarez, this session will equip policy agents, urban planners, designers, and citizens with methodologies for hyperlocal interventions, interventions that engage at the neighbourhood level. It references the CENTRINNO EU Project through the presentation of the book "Regenerative Neighborhoods in the Making." The book highlights a conceptual framework and practices in neighborhood regeneration, focusing on transforming old industrial sites into productive local hubs.
Following the presentation, a Q&A session will expand the discussion to global approaches for fostering hyperlocal interventions.

Panel Moderator:
- Milena Juarez: Researcher & Project Manager at Fab Lab Barcelona

Panelists:
- Nora Carrillo: Marketing & Communications Specialist at Aid To Artisans Mexico, Ma. in Managing in the Creative Economy and Ma. in Cultural Policy and Project Management.
- Alvaro Toledo: Co-Founder & Director of Cofactory, Co-Founder of Fab City Cordoba (Argentina)
- Luis Mayorga Vera: Director of Strategic Projects at Fab City Yucatan & Former Director of Fab Lab IYEN (Yucatán)
- Francisco Flores: Lead Facilitator at We Make Change, Ma. in Design for Emergent Futures at IAAC/ELISAVA.

11:45 AM - 01:15 PM
(Meta)Global Collaboration Panel

(Meta)Global Collaboration Panel

This panel explores the vital role of urbanists and policy makers in addressing global social challenges. It will delve into how interdisciplinary and global/local collaborations can drive social change, examining projects that extend beyond building design to tackle issues like social housing and homelessness. The discussion will highlight the intersection of architecture with technological development, inclusion, and higher education. Panelists will share insights and experiences, offering a comprehensive view on fostering sustainable and inclusive urban environments through innovative and collaborative approaches.

Panel Moderator:
- Pablo Alvarez Tostado: Director of Development & Technological Innovation at Government of The State of Yucatan (Mexico).

Panelists:
- Karolina Kripnerova: CEO of Architects Without Borders (Czechia), Lecturer of Social Sustainability in Architecture, Researcher & Activist.
- Krisha Subramanian: Land Steward, Bioregionalist, Community Weaver at Hylo Community & Terran
- Itzel Pamela Pérez Gómez: Project Manager & Lecturer at Anahuac Mayab University. Ma. in Asian and African Studies

01:30 PM - 02:30 PM
Lunch Break

Lunch Break

Participants will experience an authentic Yucatecan meal at Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, where traditional local dishes are prepared using slow food recipes passed down through generations. Enjoy the rich flavors of the region, crafted with respect for cultural heritage and sustainable practices. Each dish celebrates the culinary legacy of Yucatán, providing a true taste of the area's history and traditions.

02:30 PM - 04:30 PM
Networking

Networking

A perfect opportunity to network with fellow attendees in a relaxed setting. Engage in meaningful conversations, share insights, and build connections with peers from diverse backgrounds.

04:00 PM - 05:30 PM
Fab Regions in The Making Workshop

Fab Regions in The Making Workshop

Marking the 10th anniversary of the Fab City Global Initiative, this workshop brings together stakeholders from various Fab communities to discuss the challenges, opportunities, and needs of Fab Regions. Participants will delve into the impact of urban and regional production and consumption, exploring ways to foster a sense of belonging and collaboration. The session aims to enhance understanding of sustainability practices, share experiences and best practices, and analyze data to create a dynamic and supportive ecosystem. Representatives from the European Region Bergisches will highlight efforts to build a collaborative, circular, and sustainable Fab Region community.

Workshop Facilitator:
- Adriana Cabrera: Project Manager at Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP) & Fabricademy Instructor.

04:00 PM - 05:30 PM
Fab Cities for Climate Resilience Workshop

Fab Cities for Climate Resilience Workshop

This Workshop is focused on addressing the increasing frequency of extreme weather events worldwide. This session aims to align Fab City concepts with the global climate agenda by forming a dedicated working group to prepare for the COP30 United Nations Climate Conference in the Amazon, Brazil. We will initiate discussions within the global Fab City network, focusing on generating ideas for international cooperation proposals. Our goal is to develop a comprehensive work agenda leading up to COP 30, showcasing Fab City innovations and solutions to world leaders.

Workshop Facilitators:
- Carolina Marini: Co-Founder of the Instituto Fab Lab Brasil.
- Milena Juarez: Sustainability Researcher and Community Lead at Fab Lab Barcelona
- Letícia Falcão - Chief Operating Officer of Fab Lab Recife and "Movimento Mulheres Makers" Coordinator

05:45 PM - 07:00 PM
Final Panel & Closing

Final Panel & Closing

Moderated by Kate Armstrong, CEO of the Fab City Foundation, the "Final Panel & Closing" will feature diverse stakeholders reflecting on the Summit's key themes and sessions. This wrap-up session will invite participants to engage in the development of key deliverables and contribute to our forward-looking strategy. As we transition from the Summit, we will begin crafting a high-quality resource based on the Summit's outputs, enhancing our collective knowledge and impact. Join us to help build this vision and actively shape the future of Fab Cities.

Panel Moderator:
- Kate Armstrong: CEO of the Fab City Foundation & Executive Director of Interspecies Internet.

Panelists:
- Milena Juarez: Sustainability Researcher and Community Lead at Fab Lab Barcelona
- Tomas Diez: Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Fab City Foundation
- Karolina Kripnerova: CEO of Architects Without Borders (Czechia), Lecturer of Social Sustainability in Architecture, Researcher & Activist.

07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Break

Break

Brief pause to refresh and prepare for the final celebration. This interlude offers a chance to relax, network informally with fellow participants, and get ready for the concluding festivities. Enjoy light refreshments and reflect on the day's events as you prepare for a memorable closing dinner by a cenote in the beautiful wilderness of the Hacienda.

08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Cenote Dinner & Closing Celebration

Cenote Dinner & Closing Celebration

An unforgettable evening set in the natural beauty of the Hacienda. Enjoy a traditional Yucatecan dinner prepared with local, sustainable ingredients and slow food recipes. This special event offers a unique opportunity to reflect on the Summit's achievements, solidify connections, and celebrate our collective efforts in fostering innovation and sustainability. Gather by the serene cenote to share stories, enjoy authentic cuisine, and end the Fab City Summit surrounded by the wilderness.

10:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Transfer to Merida City Centre

Transfer to Merida City Centre

For those participants who opted to stay in Merida City Centre, buses will depart from "Hacienda Sotuta de Peón" to "Gamma Mérida el Castellano"

Pick-Up Location Details:
Hotel Name: Hacienda Sotuta de Peón
Location: Domicilio Conocido Tecoh, 97822, Sotuta De Peón, Yucatán, México.

Drop-Off Location Details:
Hotel Name: Gamma Mérida el Castellano
Location: C. 57 NO. 513 62-x 64, Parque Santa Lucia, Centro, 97000 Mérida, Yucatan, Mexico

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Cultural Experience Pass

USD$ 1,300.00

Dive deep with 4 nights' stay, all Fab City events, cultural tours, meals, and transportation. Limited capacity on a first come - first served basis.
  • Two Nights at Merida City Hotel (Breakfast included)
  • Two Nights at Hacienda Sotuta de Peón (All meals included)
  • Access to Fab City Exhibition (Cocktail included)
  • Access to Fab City Connect at Universidad Anahuac Mayab (Lunch included)
  • Access to Fab City Summit (Cocktail included)
  • Access to Fab City Workshops
  • Hacienda Private Tour
  • Xenote Night Experience
  • Transportation Included (Except Airport)

Summit Pass

USD$ 350.00

Access to Exhibitions, Summit, and Workshops. Two days of innovation and connection.
  • Access to Fab City Exhibition (Cocktail included)
  • Access to Fab City Connect at Universidad Anahuac Mayab (Lunch included)
  • Access to Fab City Summit (Cocktail included)
  • Access to Fab City Workshops

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Fab City Foundation
Fab City Yucatán

Host

SIIES

Strategic partnerships

Fab Foundation
The Center for Bits and Atoms
Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia
UNESCO
Anahuac Mayab

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Fab City in Numbers

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DAYS

450

PREVIOUS PARTICIPANTS

3

NEW CITIES PLEDGING

10

FAB CITY ACTIVITIES

53

NATIONALITIES

20

SPEAKERS

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The Fab City Summit Yucatan 2024 is organized by Fab City Foundation and Fab City Yucatan, with the support of the Center for Bits and Atoms at MIT and Fab Foundation.

Event Details

August 11th-14th
Mérida, Yucatán, México.
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