Meir Lobaton Corona graduated from the School of Architecture of the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. Since 1996 he has been involved in multiple projects in various fields, ranging from architecture, visual arts and curatorial works.
After collaborating with several firms, in 2002 he founded Colectiva Arquitectura, a multidisciplinary practice mainly focused on the design and construction of housing projects in Mexico City and its periphery, engaged in the search for new discursive formulas and design strategies aimed towards the dilution of existing boundaries between nature and the built environment.
In 2007 he obtained the CONACYT [Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnologia] scholarship for postgraduate studies, to pursue a M.Sc in Advanced Architectural Design at the Columbia University GSAPP, where he was awarded with the Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Design Prize.
Meir was an associate professor at the Universidad Iberoamericana where he taught several architectural design studios, and has been an invited critic at Columbia University, Barnard College, UANAM and Universidad Anahuac. In 2008 he founded MLC, a multidisciplinary practice mainly focused on architectural design and art production. He is currently working on the completion of a project for a residential skyscraper in Mexico City and is collaborating with several renowned artists in the design and fabrication of site-specific intervention.