Mexican architecture "more like a spirit than a style" says Frida Escobedo | Architecture | Dezeen



In the second of a series of short movies about Frida Escobedo, the Mexican architect describes the architecture scene in her home country.

Speaking exclusively to Dezeen in London, Escobedo said that contemporary Mexican architecture is united more by the way in which it responds to challenges than a common aesthetic.

She names studios such as Tatiana Bilbao, Michel Rojkind, Derek Dellekamp, Francisco Padro, Isaac Broid, Miquel Adrià, Productora, Lanza Atelier and Escobedo Soliz as some of torch-bearers for Mexican architecture.

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