Studiohuerta is a design firm led by Gabriel Huerta.
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
Becky Dalzell, “Studiohuerta’s Residence in Cabo San Lucas Works in Concert with the Elements,” Interior Design Homes (October 2020).
Divisare, “Casa Escondida / Studiohuerta,” September 22, 2020.
Simon Lewsen, “A Stunning Mexican Residence Built to Exemplify Best Practices,” Azure (September 2020).
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.
Dezeen, “Studiohuerta creates ‘anti-seismic’ Center for Postgraduate Studies at Mexico’s Cetys University,” by Dan Howarth, August 12, 2016.
Katya Tylevich, “Crossing Borders,” Mark Magazine (August / September 2016): 96-103. Print.
Past and Present Collaborators
Daisy Ames, Adelaida Borobio, Arshia Gharib, John McMahon, Kevin Murray, Tyler Napolitano, Angelos Palaskas, Armando Toscano, Jorge Velez
33 Nassau Avenue, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11222 tel. +16197010041
Calle German Gedovius 10411, No. 304, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico 22520 tel. +526646346650