Studiohuerta is a multidisciplinary design firm dedicated to architecture, urbanism, and environmental design.

By working with multiple scales and methodologies, we seek to create new possibilities for building types, urban development, and interdisciplinary collaboration.

Our designs emerge from an extensive analysis of the physical, cultural, economic and environmental conditions surrounding each project, pursuing a continuous dialogue across various industries. In fostering a pluralistic, adaptive design process, we ultimately aim to produce a collaborative entity for creating buildings and landscapes of bold vision and conceptual clarity.

Led by Gabriel Huerta, the firm unites professionals from a diverse array of cultural and educational backgrounds. Studiohuerta is based in New York and San Diego, and has completed projects in both the United States and Mexico for various uses. Current projects include single-family and multi-family residences in Tijuana and Los Cabos, Mexico; a mixed-use development in San Diego, California; and apartment renovations in Brooklyn, New York.


 

Studiohuerta is a multidisciplinary design firm dedicated to architecture, urbanism, and environmental design.

By working with multiple scales and methodologies, we seek to create new possibilities for building types, urban development, and interdisciplinary collaboration.

Our designs emerge from an extensive analysis of the physical, cultural, economic and environmental conditions surrounding each project, pursuing a continuous dialogue across various industries. In fostering a pluralistic, adaptive design process, we ultimately aim to produce a collaborative entity for creating buildings and landscapes of bold vision and conceptual clarity.

Led by Gabriel Huerta, the firm unites professionals from a diverse array of cultural and educational backgrounds. Studiohuerta is based in New York and San Diego, and has completed projects in both the United States and Mexico for various uses. Current projects include single-family and multi-family residences in Tijuana and Los Cabos, Mexico; a mixed-use development in San Diego, California; and apartment renovations in Brooklyn, New York.