Is Mexico City the new mecca for modern architecture?

Mexico City emerged as a global architectural capital in the years before the 1968 Olympics. Designers in the U.S. and Europe began to work in Mexico, and welcome Mexican architects into their professional circles, even as Mexican architects became more focused on questions of national identity. In 1980, Mexican architect Luis Barragán was honored with the second-ever Pritzker Prize, architecture’s most prestigious award.

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