Mexican architect Frida Escobedo is founder of Frida Escobedo, Taller de Arquitectura.
After graduating in architecture from the Universidad Iberoamericana, Escobedo studied a masters degree in art and design and the public domain at Harvard's Graduate School of Design. She founded her architecture studio in Mexico City in 2006.
Escobedo has taught at the Universidad Iberoamericana since 2007, and has also lectured at Harvard Graduate School of Design, Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, and the Architectural Association in London.
The architect has designed housing, cultural and hospitality projects, including La Tallera gallery, an Aztec-inspired installation at the V&A and the interiors of Aesop stores in Florida. Escobedo designed the Serpentine Pavilion in 2018, becoming the youngest architect to do so.