The Atlas of Housing Production is an inventory of protocols for producing housing in Mexico.

The Atlas of Housing Production describes the processes of financing, sourcing materials, designing, and organizing labor to build a house, as they are carried out by Tosepan, Antorcha Campesina, commercial banks, government agencies, and real estate developers. Rather than prescribing a single, ideal solution, The Atlas presents a set of equally valid possibilities, flattening the hierarchy between allegedly expert and non-expert knowledge. By laying bare the virtues and shortcomings of each of these processes, The Atlas gives agency to its users, allowing them to make informed decisions on how they wish to obtain a house. Finally, by splitting the process into its component parts, The Atlas allows its readers to recombine them for imagining new forms of housing production.