Frida Escobedo has been working as an independent architect in Mexico City since 2006. The projects her studio works on stand plainly for what they are: raw, clarified, left open to physical transformation and cultural differentiation. Conceptual works such as Split Subject, the El Eco pavilion, and Civic Stag address time not as a historical calibration but rather a social operation. Escobedo’s projects were presented in the Mexican Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2012, and she had her first solo exhibition at LIGA Espacio Para Arquitectura in Mexico City in the same year. In 2014 one of Escobedo’s buildings, La Tallera Siqueiros, was nominated for the Design of the Year award at the Design Museum, London, and she participated in the Swiss pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale.