Pérez Palacios Arquitectos Asociados was founded in 2018 by Pablo Pérez Palacios (Mexico City, 1980). Pablo is an architect from the Universidad Iberoamericana from Mexico City and the Polytechnic University from Catalonia, Barcelona (2000-2005). He has a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design by the Columbia University in New York.
The studio is an independent practice dedicated to architecture, art, planning, urban design, and interior design projects. Our work has been published abroad and recognized by leading architecture awards, such as the Quito Pan-American Biennial, Architect’s Newspaper, Architizer, and the College of Architects from Mexico City and the Mexican Architects Society (CAM SAM).
…we are an independent practice dedicated to architecture, art, planning, urban design, and interior design projects.
As a result from Pablo’s interest in art, the office has collaborated with artists such as Rita Ponce de León with the interventions “Endless Openness” in Basel (2014) and “De, Desde, En, Entre, Hacia” at the Museum from Mali, Peru (2016 ); with Abraham Cruzvillegas he participated in the intervention “Milpa: Essential Ritual” in the Botanical Garden from the UNAM (2015); and with Montserrat Castañon in the “Profundo” intervention at the ColorLife Trends COMEX event (2021). We were invited by the Kirkland Gallery from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, USA, to participate in “A Quien Corresponda” (2019) exhibition, and by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Arkansas, USA, to participate with a housing prototype for the “Architecture at Home” exhibition.
Recently, Pablo has been invited as Workshop Leader in the Summer School program organized by Porto Academy, Portugal (2023); as a member of the organizing committee to exhibit: “Botta, Galfetti, Snozzi, Vacchini: Four architects from Ticino” at Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera, Mexico City (2023); and as Distinguished Visiting Professorship for Spring 2022 Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design, Arkansas, USA.
In 2022 our office was recognized as one of the Top 50 Architects and Designers by AN Interior, a publication from The Architect’s Newspaper; and as one of the 100 creative talents from Mexico and Latin America by Architectural Digest Mexico.
Each project, from its conception, seeks to establish a dialogue with its natural or built environment.
Emptiness takes value when there are intentions and its lefts to charge it of architectural tensions that could be lived with itself, and with its surroundings. We see voids as a new, open possibility for unexplored and unexpected architectural programs.
Each project, from its conception, seeks to stablish a dialogue within its natural or built environment. The time is the vehicle that test our ideas, and with him, we can create a belonging sense.
Awards and Lectures
Recognized as one of the 100 creative talents of Mexico and Latin America by Architectural Digest Mexico and Latin America
Workshop Leader in the Summer School program organized by Porto Academy, Portugal
Member of the organizing committee to exhibit in Mexico: Botta, Galfetti, Snozzi, Vacchini: Four Ticino architects, at Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo Home- Studio Museum
Finalist in the Noldi Schrek Tenth Edition Award organized by Glocal Design Magazine, Mexico, in the Residential Architecture category with the La Colorada project
Distinguished Visiting Professorship for Spring 2022 Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design, Arkansas, USA
Conference “Public Lecture Series” for Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design, Arkansas, USA
Conference “PPAA Recent Works” at Casa de Arquitectura, Querétaro, Mexico
Pablo Pérez Palacios
Founding Partner and Creative Director
Emilio Calvo Garza
Head of Strategy
Luis Enrique Gúzman
Technical design lead
Daniela Jay, Nancy Estevez, Ruggero Costamagna, Marcelino Pacheco, Jessica Camacho, Diego López, Laura Morales, Andrés Domínguez, Cristina Loya, Camila Ureña, Rodrigo Daza, Christopher Torres, Jesús García, Jorge Quiroga, José Jiménez, Adriana Rubio, José Hadad, Ignacio Rodríguez, Armando Rosas, Fabián Arellano, Blas Treviño, Sergio Delgado, Lucía García, Karla Morales, Pía Rodríguez, Enrique Villegas, Alejandra Pavón, Carla Celis, Jonathan Calderón, Claudia Cortés, Lucía Bosch, César Pérez, Adán García, Frida Mouchlian, Juan Pablo Uribe, Hermann Tamayo, Álvaro Morales, Juan Huicochea, Justino Torres, Antonio Contreras, Gabriela Celis, Jonathan Morales