Jimena Hogrebe Rodríguez, CDMX (2020) - Bordar Arquitectura is an intimate project, which proposes architecture as a multiple and diverse activity. Born between a travel experience to Germany, a piece by Britta Marakatt-Labba and a visit to the workshop of the artist Gimena Romero, embroidering architecture proposes a millenary technique - embroidery - to represent space - what one sees - with time as matter. If embroidery demands work and patience, its constant exercise allows us to notice the details and main features of the works. Unlike drawing, which seeks to quickly capture general features and generally fulfills a didactic function, embroidery as a complementary exercise to design practice, directly links reflection with memory and architecture with its register. Embroidery, as a critical exercise, seeks to recover thought and propose it as a useful practice to represent reality, both personal and collective.