"Pedro & Juana is a study founded in Mexico City by Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo and Mecky Reuss who work on a variety of projects across different disciplines. Some of these projects are Dear Randolph (2015), a public space within a domestic interior for the Chicago Architecture Biennale 2015, consisting of lamps in continuous motion, rocking chairs, high and not so high tables and wall hangings. Palenque Hotel Pavilion is not in Yucatan (2014), a pavilion within an exhibition that served as the venue for the symposium The Future Curatorial What Not & Study What? Conundrum and one of the sessions Puerquito (2012-2015), cooking a piglet as a pretext to have a better conversation. Pabellón Archivo (2012), an intervention in the garden of Archive Design and Architecture DF / Mexico. Hellmut (2013) a table that becomes a bank that becomes a table in the Gallery 1 of the Museum Jumex DF / Mexico. Casa Reyes (2011-2012), an annex inside an ex-colonial house in Merida / Yucatan. Turin 42 (2012-), a small building of 5 apartments inside and above a house of 1918 in DF / Mexico."