Juan Antonio Garduño, AIA
In 1990, Juan Garduño graduated with honors from Universidad Anáhuac. He is a member of the Colegio de Arquitectos de la Ciudad de México as well as the American Institute of Architects, and works currently as a faculty member in the school of architecture of the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City.
In 1994, he founded Garduño Arquitectos, an architectural group envisioned as a workshop. It was conceived as a professional, innovative and environmentally-responsible firm that pays close attention to every detail of the project, taking on one item at a time.
The firm has worked in projects for different leading companies such as: TELEVISA, Terán/TBWA, BCBA Impulse, BAITA, Monte Xanic, Banyan Tree, Universidad Centro, among others.
The work of Garduño Arquitectos is the recipient of continuous recognition and has been published both nationally and internationally. It has been presented with the most important architectural awards in Mexico and Latin America, as well as the Architectural Record Business Week Award of Excellence 2006.
In 2007, Garduño Arquitectos won an invitation-only contest where 6 firms competed to build the first hotel in a vineyard in the country, for the Asian chain Banyan Tree and the Mexican vineyards of Monte Xanic.
In 2009, the Sociedad Mexicana de Interioristas gave the firm a gold medal for its professional excellence in recognition of its trajectory in Mexican interiorism.
Recently, the firm won the national and international First place for Edificio Monte Elbruz in the XVIII Premio Obras Cemex 2009.
Last Year Juan Garduño was awarded Anahuac medal of honor to professional leadership 2010 by Universidad Anahuac.
Recently. Juan Garduño was distinguished as honorary member of the Iberoameican Council of Interior Design.