Dallas Architecture Forum Lecture to Feature Carlos Bedoya of Mexico City

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The next event in the Dallas Architecture Forum’s Lecture Series features Carlos Bedoya, principal of PRODUCTORA in Mexico City.

The lecture begins at 7 p.m. Feb. 20. Lectures are free for Dallas Architecture Forum members; general admission is $20; and full-time student admission is $5. Tickets are available at the door of The Magnolia Theatre, West Village, the night of the lecture.

Via the Dallas Architecture Forum:

Carlos Bedoya Ikeda, a native of Mexico City, studied architecture and urbanism at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City, and received his master’s in architecture from the ETSAB in Barcelona. After practicing in the office of TEN Arquitectos and serving as a project manager at LCM, he and three other partners from Mexico, Argentina and Belgium founded the architectural firm PRODUCTORA in Mexico City.

The work of PRODUCTORA is characterized for a precise attention to geometry, a profound aesthetic ambition and a concern with timelessness in its materialization and programmatic solutions. The studio has produced a variety of residential, public and corporate projects in Mexico and abroad, including Asia and South America.

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