"I didn’t know I was going to be an architect" says Frida Escobedo | Architecture | Dezeen

In the first of a series of short movies about Frida Escobedo, the Mexican architect describes how she fell into the profession and why she’s never worked for anybody else.

Speaking exclusively to Dezeen in London the architect, who in 2018 became the youngest person to design the prestigious Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, explains that she chose her profession for unexpected reasons.

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