AT103 is an architectural firm founded in 2001 by Julio Amezcua and Francisco Pardo, with the aim of researching and creating new techniques for architectural development and construction in the contemporary city. Francisco Pardo and Julio Amezcua make architecture with unique constructive and esthetic qualities, thanks in part to their training both in Mexico and abroad. They have developed projects on different scales, from houses, residential buildings, offices, cultural spaces and television stages to the Ave Fenix Fire station: a project that earned them a silver medal in the 2008 Mexican Architecture Biennial and the first place in the Best Institutional Building category at the International Design Festival.

Main projects:
Havre 69, Mixed use building, Mexico City, 2013
CCD Digital Culture Center, Mexico City, 2012
Arena Teques, Linear park, Tequesquitengo, Morelos
TV Azteca, TV Studios, Mexico City
TK139, Apartment Building, Mexico City, 2011
AGN- Culture Center, Mexico City, in process, 2010
Lisboa 7, Apartment Building, Mexico City, 2008
Ozuluama House, Mexico City
Espacio Chapultepec, Housing Project, Tijuana, Baja California
Ave Fénix Fire Station, Mexico City, 2006