Carlos Bedoya is one of the four partners of PRODUCTORA, a Mexico City-based architecture studio founded in 2006, alongside Abel Perles, Victor Jaime, and Wonne Ickx. PRODUCTORA’s work is distinguished by an interest in precise geometries, the production of clearly legible projects with limited gestures, and the search for buildings that are timeless in their material and spatial resolutions. PRODUCTORA has been awarded by the Architectural League of New York with the Young Architects Forum (2007) and the Emerging Voices (2013). In 2016 they received the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize for emerging architects (MCHAP-emerge) for their “Pavilion on the Zocalo” at the IIT in Chicago. In 2011 PRODUCTORA founded, in partnership with curator and art critic Ruth Estévez, an exhibition platform for the promotion of young and emerging Latin-American architecture, called LIGA, Espacio para Arquitectura.