KYLE MAY, ARCHITECT

New York, NY

THE TRUMP DMZ The easiest way to manage a border is to not have a border. Twenty-five feet on each side of the US and Mexico border is sold to a new country, the Trump DMZ, for one dollar and seventeen pesos, respectively. In return, both the United States and Mexico are freed from border protection duties. The new 50-foot wide country becomes a development zone for the rich and famous - accessed only by air. The independent country only allows well-vetted millionaires to become citizens, claims the highest income per capita, and the highest real estate values in the world.

THE TRUMP DMZ

The easiest way to manage a border is to not have a border. Twenty-five feet on each side of the US and Mexico border is sold to a new country, the Trump DMZ, for one dollar and seventeen pesos, respectively. In return, both the United States and Mexico are freed from border protection duties. The new 50-foot wide country becomes a development zone for the rich and famous - accessed only by air. The independent country only allows well-vetted millionaires to become citizens, claims the highest income per capita, and the highest real estate values in the world.

Kyle May, Architect is a New York City-based architecture studio that reconsiders the lineage of each new project through a process of generative criticism. Kyle is also the co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of the journal CLOG, and is editing the first monographs of REX and Luxigon. He is co-authoring a book on Wallace Harrison, and teaches at the Rhode Island School of Design.

 

www.kylemayarchitect.com