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Studio Arquitectos

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Eduardo Garcia Figueroa and Paulina Villa Ramirez are two young enthusiastic architects from different parts of Mexico. They met in Playa del Carmen while searching for the same purpose: to offer big solutions to great clients.

Based In

Tulum, Mexico

Telephone

+52 984 124 0887

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Studio Arquitectos

Eduardo Garcia Figueroa and Paulina Villa Ramirez are two young enthusiastic architects from different parts of Mexico. They met in Playa del Carmen while searching for the same purpose: to offer big solutions to great clients. Eduardo studied at the Universidad Iberoamericana of Mexico and Paulina studied at Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores of Monterrey.

They created Studio Arquitectos in 2010 in Tulum, Mexico, and have since designed and built both private and commercial spaces. Each project is different and surrounds a “main character,” as they say on their site. When working on a project, Studio Arquitectos teams up with the client, taking them by the hand until the project's completion. Their motto is “We build dreams…and we love it”. 

Their work for Hotel Sanara won the 1st place gold medal and Casa T won one of the 7 silver medals at the I Biennale of Architecture of the Mexican Caribbean.

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