Welcome to our Monterrey Studio

With its stunning modern architecture set against a jagged mountain backdrop, our Monterrey studio is as diverse as its surrounding landscape. Linked by rail with Texas since the 19th century, the city of Monterrey seamlessly fuses American and Mexican cultures. We find opportunities for collaboration around every corner, and inspiration at every turn. As the industrial and technological hub of northern Mexico, Monterrey is the perfect place from which to help our clients realize their dreams through world-class design.

The Perkins and Will team studying potential project sites in Atlixco, Puebla.

Ave. Ricardo Margain Zozaya
#335 T2-P11 PTE, Col. Valle del Campestre.
San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon CP 66265 Mexico

t 1 (214) 283-8700
f 1 (214) 283-8701

"Our investment in Monterrey reflects our commitment to clients in this important part of the world, and to diversifying our talent firmwide."
― Phil Harrison, CEO
WHAT'S HAPPENING HERE
Antonio Perez Vazquez discusses urban planning at the Baja alongside renowned Mexican architects at the Colegio de Arquitectos Capitulo Los Cabos.
The Hospital Universitario Ciudad de Chihuahua was one of the first projects to come out of Mexico's Public/Private Partnerships program.
Chihuahua, Mexico
The 1962 opening of the Escuela Nacional de Agricultura—the National College of Agriculture—marked the beginning of a decades-long relationship between the firm and much of Latin America.
What makes this studio special
We started from the ground up.

We saw the opportunity for big things in Monterrey. We’ve been designing projects in Mexico since the late 1950s and worked hard to get the studio where it is today. We’re passionate about the possibilities.

The Perkins and Will team for this confidentional financial services client provided design solutions that connect its employees with nature via floor-to-ceiling views of the surrounding landscape.
Mexico City, Mexico
studio fun fact
Our new Monterrey studio is located on the 11th-floor of Equus 335 - Tower 2, pictured on the left, in the Valle del Campestre neighborhood at the heart of the San Pedro district.

People in Monterrey

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Tom Reisenbichler
Managing Director
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Ron Stelmarski
Design Director
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Jordan Thompson
Operations Director
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Jose Gelabert-Navia
Antonio Perez
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Antonio Perez Vazquez
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Vandana Nayak
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Robert Ting
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Amy Biediger
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Elina Cardet
Interior Design Director

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