LIGA celebrates its first decade of producing architectural discourse in Mexico City

In late September 2022, a large hall in a former textile factory in Mexico City’s Colonia Doctores was festively decked out. For the uninitiated, the party appeared to be a bunch of people over 30 mingling, with drinks and a good sound system. But to anyone with some knowledge of the architecture world, it was an impressive assembly. Here in the same room were Mauricio Rocha and Alberto Kalach, perhaps Mexico’s most revered living architects, conversing jovially with peers and friends. Tatiana Bilbao and Martino Stierli—the former was an honoree of the evening— were also present, as were rising and established architects from

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