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EPArquitectos.- Erick Pérez Páez.
Macías Peredo.- Salvador Macías Corona and Magui Peredo Arenas.
Design Team
EPArquitectos.- Guillermo Barrera Romero, Sacnité Flores Fernández and Alejandra Garate Delgado.
Project Coordinator
Estudio Macías Peredo.- Isaac Veloz Naranjo.
H Arquitectos + EPArquitectos.
Built Area First Step.- 1,100 m². Project.- 2,100 m².

Magui Peredo, Salvador Macías. Estudio Macías Peredo

Estudio Macias Peredo has given several lectures on his practice at various universities and forums in Mexico and in the city of New York, in the University of Tokyo in Japan and in the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.

They have received two silver medals for the Academy of Architecture of Jalisco and several citations for his work built. Obtained the second place in the competition of the Mexico Pavilion in the Shanghai Expo 2010 and first place in the Eco Pavilion 2013 in Mexico City.

Awarded by The Architectural League of New York with the Emerging Voices award 2014. They have recently exhibited his work in LIGA, Space of Architecture 2015.

Magui Peredo (1979). She holds a degree in architecture by ITESO (Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Occidente) and a master degree in Theory and History of Architecture by the UPC (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya) in Barcelona.

Prior founding Macías Peredo, she has worked in various national and international studios. She has been invited lecturer and critic at various universities in the country and has presented her research on Mathias Goeritz at various national forums.

Since 2010 she holds a teaching position at ITESO, university based in the city of Guadalajara. She is co-founder and director at Estudio Macías Peredo.

Salvador Macías (1977). He holds an honour degree in architecture by ITESO (Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Occidente) and a master degree in Theory and Practice of the Architecture Project by the UPC (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya) in Barcelona.

His work has been exhibited at institutions such as Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City and the Instituto Cultural Cabañas in Guadalajara. He has been a collaborator of the project Torre CUBE 2 of Carme Pinós studio from Barcelona. He also has been one of the lecturers at the 53rd Congress of Americanists held in Mexico City in 2009, with the theme ‘Josef Albers, Approaches to Mexican Architecture’, research work published by UNAM in 2010.

Since 2010 he holds a teaching position at ITESO. He is currently member of the Luis Barragán Architecture Foundation and co-founder and director at Estudio Macías Peredo.


EPArquitectos is an architecture studio formed by: Erick Pérez, Sacnité Flores, Guillermo Barrera, Gabriela Rodelo, Catalina López, Jorge Rojas, Roberto Pérez Rubio, Georg Glaubitz.

Erick Pérez. Architect by the Technological Institute of Higher Studies of the West ITESO (1995-2000). From 2000 to 2003 he collaborates in the study S2 Arquitectura and in Juan Ignacio Castiello Arquitectos. In 2003 he founded his independent studio EPArquitectos with which he developed different housing and commercial projects. In 2004 he is invited to develop projects in the city of Mazatlán Sinaloa where he establishes his studio collaborating with other architectural studios as CVD architects with which he develops various artistic and architectural projects with the name ECKArquitectos. From 2008 to 2010 he studied Master's Critical Architecture and Project at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia in Barcelona, ​​Spain. In 2010 he joined the College of Architects of Southern Sinaloa where he actively collaborates in the coordination and curation of two "Entre Líneas" architecture congresses in 2012 and 2013, as well as with the Urbanism Commission where several proposals of Urban character. In 2011, he founded two companies, Pacific Cast Concrete, a company specializing in the prefabrication of high-tech concrete products (GFRC). In 2012 he founded together with five other professionals Urbania, an interdisciplinary civil association that seeks to improve the city with proposals, papers and studies. In 2013 is published in the book "The Architecture of Sinaloa in the 21st Century" with the Rex School project. In this same year he formed together with five architects the Urban Collective, a company specialized in public and urban projects, with which they won the Silver Medal at the IV Biennial of Regional Architecture in the category of "Open, Recreational and Landscape Spaces" with his Carpa Olivera project.



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