Studiohuerta is a design firm led by Gabriel Huerta.
Our work spans across a range of scales, from furniture and single-family residences to complex commercial and institutional projects.
Located in Brooklyn, New York and Tijuana, Mexico, the firm unites professionals from a diverse array of cultural and educational backgrounds. Studiohuerta has completed projects in both the US and Mexico; current work includes single and multi-family residences in Tijuana and Los Cabos, Mexico, and a mixed-use development in San Diego, California.
-- Architizer A+ Awards 2017: Center for Postgraduate Studies, Cetys University
Winner, Jury Vote: Architecture +Sustainability
Winner, Popular Vote: Architecture +Sustainability
Finalist: Institutional, Higher Education and Research Facilities
Tina Marinaki, “Dimensions of Citizenship | U.S. Pavilion - La Biennale di Venezia.” (”Borderlands” by Studiohuerta, Form N-X00, U.S. Pavilion Website.) Archisearch May 17, 2018.
Rolf Mauer, “An Inside Campus: Center for Postgraduate Studies, Cetys University.” MD Magazine October 2016: 12-24, 116-17. Print.
Carrie Hojnicki, “5 Innovative Disaster-Proof Structures.” Architectural Digest September 16, 2016.
Plataforma Arquitectura, “Centro de Excelencia de Competitividad Empresarial, Cetys Universidad / Studiohuerta.” September 16, 2016.
ArchDaily, “Center for Postgraduate Studies, Cetys University / Studiohuerta.” September 14, 2016.
Dan Howarth, “Studiohuerta creates ‘anti-seismic’ Center for Postgraduate Studies at Mexico’s Cetys University.” Dezeen August 12, 2016.
Katya Tylevich, “Crossing Borders.” Mark Magazine August / September 2016: 96-103. Print.
Past and Present Studio Members
Adelaida Borobio, Arshia Gharib, John McMahon, Kevin Murray, Tyler Napolitano, Angelos Palaskas, Armando Toscano, Jorge Velez
33 Nassau Avenue, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11249 tel. +16197010041
Calle German Gedovius 10411, No. 304, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico 22520 tel. +526646346650