Gustavo Lipkau is a founding partner of Futura Urban Development. Director of glipkau, office of architecture and urbanism; Coordinator of the workshops of "Microurbanismo de Casa Vecina, Foundation of the Historical Center of Mexico City" and the "Observatory of the City". Co-director of CuMeCA. Water Conference, Cuenca de México. He attended the Faculty of Architecture of the National University of Mexico, where in 1993 he won the 1st prize in the contest for the remodeling of the library. Since 1997, in his collaboration with the Mexico City Workshop, he focuses on the relations between territory and urbanization, most notably in the water issues in Mexico. Between 1995 and 2008 he collaborated in TAX, Taller de Arquitectura X, with Alberto Kalach. Black House, Perinorte Housing Complex, José Vasconcelos Library (International Competition, 2002) and Neeley Residence in San Diego California. In 2005, with the RTJSD workshop (Workshop of the Tijuana San Diego Region), the design and construction of Infosite Tijuana, inSite05 and With FDU, proposed recovery of the Tijuana River. Visiting professor at Woodbury School of Architecture. Since 2007, in front of the office of architecture and urban planning, glipkau, projects such as: Plan for Urban Development of the Sabinal River, Tuxtla Gutiérrez Chiapas (2010). Agora, Centro Cultural Tijuana (2007), Remodeling Elementary School Bolivia, Mexico D.F. (2010), ecological components José Romero School, Iztapalapa, D.F., (2012). He has lectured in Mexico and abroad, his work has been shown in several museums such as MAM, CECUT and Tamayo in Mexico.