Francisco Pardo – AT103
Friday, June 6th
Flash Lecture Space - 4th floor of the Maritime Building, look for signs at the east entrances
Join Space.City as we seize a beautiful adhoc space in the Maritime Building for one night only with Mexico City Architect, Francisco Pardo. Come early, stay late. Beer and bites will be provided with your ticket purchase (only for sale day-of, at the door).
AT 103 was founded in 2001, initiating a strong commitment towards architecture and design. Leading a multidisciplinary group, with a clear intention to investigate and create new techniques for architecture in the contemporary city, AT 103 combines advanced computer technology with simple handicraft, achieving what they call “low tech – high resolution effects”. Julio Amezcua and Francisco Pardo make architecture with unique constructive and aesthetic qualities, thanks in part to their training both in Mexico and abroad. Their portfolio includes a wide range and scale of work, from art pieces to urban projects, engaging a multitude of scales and typologies, including single-family houses, residential, cultural and institutional buildings, landscape and master planning, as well as the Ave Fenix Fire Station, for which they earned in 2008 a silver medal in the Mexican Biennale, and the first place in the International Design Festival.
5$ – At the door gets you cold Hilliards beer and bites
TELL YOUR FRIENDS - COME EARLY - STAY LATE