Carlos Bedoya at The Magnolia Theatre on February 20, 2014

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Don’t miss the opportunity to meet one of PRODUCTORA’s principal hosted by Dallas Architecture Forum.

Carlos Bedoya will be at The Magnolia Theatre, West Village on February 20, 2014 at 7:00 pm. This is a great opportunity for all of our members to see how diversity has helped the success of this firm.

The Dallas Architecture Forum is pleased to offer a special admission rate for LIA members who are not Forum members-- $10 instead of the normal rate of $20. All you need to do is identify yourself as a LIA member during check-in the evening of the lecture (reception/check in from 6:15 pm to start of lecture) and then pay by cash or check to “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 Masters 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 name PRODUCTORA emerges from the conviction that the design process advances through a continuous production of material to be evaluated. 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. The firm’s work has been published and awarded nationally and internationally. The firm was recently honored as an international Emerging Voice by the Architectural League of New York City. In 2011 Productora founded LIGA, space for architecture and exhibitions in Mexico City to promote the exchange of ideas and investigations in contemporary Latin-American architecture.

PRODUCTORA currently is working on a variety of projects, both in Mexico and in other countries, ranging from single family dwellings to office or public buildings. The office has taught and lectured at national and international events. They presented their work at the 2nd architectural Biennale in Beijing and at the Venice Biennale in 2008. PRODUCTORA was one of the architecture studios chosen to build a villa for the Ordos100 Project in Inner Mongolia. They won the International Competition for the CAF Headquarters in Caracas (Venezuela) in collaboration with Lucio Muniain, and have been exhibited at the National Museum of Art in Beijing and at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Bedoya serves on the editorial board of Domus Mexico and has developed an important teaching career, and he currently is a professor at TEC in Monterrey and Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City.

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