Pablo Pérez Palacios 'PPAA'

Bachelor’s degree in Architecture in Mexico City’s at Universidad Iberoamericana and Barcelona’s Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña (2000-2005) and Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design at Columbia University in New York City. Between 2007 – 2017 he established DCPP Architects with Alfonso de la Concha. In 2018, he started PPAA, Pérez Palacios Arquitectos Asociados, an architecture studio located in Mexico City that defines itself as an independent professional practice concentrated on architecture, art, urban, and interior design. PPAA seeks an architecture of ideas over forms. The studio is constantly participating in several competitions, and its work has been published worldwide. It was a finalist at the Concurso Papalote Museo del Niño Iztapalapa (Mexico City, 2015); and, with the project Cerrada Reforma 108, it received the silver medal in the category of “Single Family Home” at the A’Design Award 2013 and the silver medal in the category of “Vivienda Unifamiliar,” with the project Cerrada Reforma 108 at the Bienal de Arquitectura de la Ciudad de México 2013. In 2015, the College of Architects of Mexico City awards him in the 2nd Biennal of Architecture of Mexico City. In 2018 won the Frienze and Grupo Reforma’s Frienze Entremuros Price in 2017, in the category “Best Unifamiliar Residence,” with the project Casa Campestre. In 2019 won the 1st place in Noldi Schreck Prize in the category “Residential Housin” with the project Monterrey 55, in the National Prize of Architecture and Design 2019 in the category “Housing Architecture” with the project Aculco and jury winner in the international prize A+A Awards 2019 in the category “Private House” with the project Casa La Quinta. In 2021, winner at LIV Hospitality Design Awards 2021 in the category “Boutique Hotel” with the project Casa Octavia. He has made various collaborations with artists such as Rita Ponce de León; in the intervention “Endless Openess” in Basel (2014) and “De, desde, En, Entre, Hacia” at the Museum of Mali Peru (2016). With Abraham Cruzvillegas in the intervention "Milpa: Essential Ritual" in the Botanical Garden of the UNAM (2015). He was invited to participate in the exhibition “To Whom It May Concern” at the Kirkland Gallery at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. In 2021, he collaborates with Monstserrat Castañon in the intervention “1. Profundo ”at the ColorLife Trends event at COMEX.

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