Mexico City is defined by its aquafluxis; a duality of abundance and scarcity, floods and droughts. Infrastructure and ground manipulations are at the heart of a complex relationship between a lacustrine environment and the city. This thesis seeks to probe notions of ground and water to explore [sub]natural realities and possibilities within the urban context of Mexico City. The project takes a look at the historical, political, geographical and geological characteristics of the region, their impact on the urban development of the city and of ecological changes in the region. Drawings, maps and collages explore mythology, infrastructure and geology to speculate on fluid futures that re-conceptualize notions of inhabitation, water and ground.