ALCALDÍA DE IZTAPALAPA, CDMX (2020) - Apparently there is no longer any room for utopias. But at iztapalapa, it is thought that the impossibility of something is the very recognition of utopia as a feasible project. The Units of Transformation and Organization for Social Inclusion and Harmony - Utopias of Iztapalapa - alter through design their places of conflict: spaces where having is a true act of resistance. These utopias arise from direct confrontation with the problems of their reality and the structural - and historical - deficiencies of water and public space in the area. These spaces, conceived in this way, are true material forces of shock in a place that lacks everything: wave pools, artificial lakes, fountains and ice rinks that are not posed as an illusion or a contradiction, but as a right. These actions of conceptual resistance fulfill a social function without which the revolutionary nature of these participatory architectural processes cannot be understood. In Iztapalapa, to think of utopia means to think of reality as absolutely possible.