Cerrada de Trini 2703-4 San Jerónimo C.P. 10200 México D.F.
T. + (52)(55) 5668 0659 / info@paulcremoux.com

Who we are

PAUL CREMOUX studio is an architectural firm committed to distinguishing sustainable eco-effective building designs. Our goal is to produce architecture that celebrates life, enriches the natural environment and the human condition. We envision a process that is integrated into a concept that balances environment enrichment proposals, beauty and social responsibility with the client’s needs and desires.

Paul Cremoux studio work has been exhibited at Mexico’s City Museum of Modern Art, (MAM), The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), London UK. Mexico’s City Public spaces and galleries. Winners and Finalists in several international contests like Best 30 Houses of the World at (WAN) World Architectural News, Best of Design at Houzz platform CA. USA. and Second Won Place for the Guadalajara Library International Contest. We are holders of several grants and scholarships like the CONACYT (The National Council of Science and Technology) and FONCA (The National Fund for Culture and Arts) among others,  We impart academic courses at the UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico), IBERO (Universidad Iberoamericana) Anahuac University, and ITESM (The Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education). Media recognition includes work publish at diverse design national and international magazines, TV show interviews, Books, Newspapers and a variety of design architectural web blogs.

What We Care About

Forty percent of world’s energy is used by buildings. More than fifty percent of the greenhouse gasses come from buildings and the construction industry. The way we design and build our spaces must respond to the challenge we face as a civilization.

Adopting sustainable alternatives is not only a matter of progress, it is a matter of surviving. The way we produce, consume and relinquish the material world, as a result of the industrial revolution, has proven to be unacceptable. We believe from an architectural point of view that everything that is built, must be part of the environment and have to positively interact with it, for that, we design in a responsible manner.

We propose a new economic approach for the real state realm, where architecture contributes to enriching our planet. We are with the new rising industrial re-evolution; intelligent, generous and sustainable. Using advanced methodologies like, Performance Base Design, Site Analysts, Energy Modeling and Life Cycle Assessment Systems we can predict and propose a variety of passive and mechanical strategies that allow our clients to make informed decisions thru the design faces.

For us, the relation between the process and the final result is a parameter of paramount importance in the implementation of new ideas, and we use our designs as the human resource that nature needs.

 Our manifesto and course of action

  1. Design for abundance and diversity. (William McDonough principle)
  2. Work multidisciplinary.
  3. To design built environments that enrich the natural world.
  4. Produce clean energy.
  5. Design for all species and forms of life. (William McDonough principle)
  6. Do not contradict the nature of circumstances.
  7. To design with morality, conscience, and responsibility.
  8. Be part of the new industrial re-evolution.
  9. Analyze natural productive systems.
  10. Be the Human resource that the Natural world needs. (William McDonough principle)

Bio

Paul Cremoux Wanderstok Dipl. Arch. MSc. AAD.
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Born in Mexico City, 1973., Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, UNAM (MEXICO 1999). Laureate with merit recognition for academic excellence. Professional Registration México, Secretaria de Educación Pública, Architecture License No. 3556730. Cremoux holds a Master’s Degree in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University (USA 2001). Professional student practice at the Public Establishment for the Development of La Defénse (EPAD) (FRANCE 1996), CONACYT Grant recipient, FONCA Grant recipient and interning at Cerault Architects in Paris, (FRANCE 1998). Certify BPA (Building Performance Analysis REVIT/BIM) by Autodesk (USA 2013, 2017). Certified Professional REVIT Autodesk user ID.00430160.

Winner of several international contests. First place at Cergy-Pontoise, European University of Built Environment, Paris, France. First place at the National Contest of Architecture Schools, Querétaro, Mexico. First place at the Mexico-Uruguay International Contest, Mexico. Second place, at the International open competition for the Library of Guadalajara, Mexico.

Some exhibits work include; The MAM (Museum of Moder Art at Mexico city), ANAHUAC University Professors Exhibit, FONCA 20 years of Grant Laurate (National Found for Culture and Arts) at the José Vasconcelos Library, and the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects at London UK.) among others.

Won scholarships and grants such as the National Science and Technology Mexican Council (CONACYT)  Scholarship for graduate studies. The Alejo Peralta Foundation Grant for Young Talents. The IUSA Group Grant. The Foreign Affairs Relations Office Grant and winner of National Found for Culture and Arts grant, Young Creators, (FONCA).

Cremoux has been associated professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), and associate professor of design studios II, IV, VI as well as digital design lab at the Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey, (TEC, ITESM)  Mexico City. Associate professor at Universidad Anahuac and TEC de Monterrey at Queretaro City. He also conducts the Architecture and Energy Lecture-class-workshop at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City, (IBERO).

Special guest lecturer at the “Future Tecno-constructions seminar” at the Universidad Iberoamericana (IBERO) and conference for the International Symposium of Sustainable Architecture at the graduate studies, UNAM. Invited to academic juries at CUNNY and Pratt Institute USA.

He has published several projects and articles in magazines and newspapers as well as TV shows interviews such as “Canal 40TV, Confabulario”, Featured work at Architectural Record Feature Houses at the web, Dwell Magazine, Dezeen, designboom, WAN, designMilk, FRAME, Yank Design and Archdialy among others. Publish work at Magazines like, Domus, Green Building & Design of Chicago, Rob Report of China, Habitat of Mexico, a+a Magazine of Japan, Interiors Magazine of Corea, “a” Arquitectura Magazine of Mexico, Enlace Magazine of Mexico, Expressions AMEX Magazine, Habitat, ArquiTK, “Estilo Magazine”, SCOOP Australia, and “La Revista” Magazine. Published work at books like Masterpiece Patios of BRAUN Switzerland, 1000 Architect of America of BRAUN Switzerland, The Phaidon Atlas of Architecture, Ecological Facades of MONSA publishers Spain, and Total Singular Housing from ACTAR Barcelona publishers among others. In Newspapers, like “El Universal”, “Reforma”, “Entre Muros”, “Folha de S. Paulo”, Brazil, and the Abstract Magazine of the Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation of Columbia University among others.

He worked in Mexico for Gensler/Pershard in projects like CreditSwiss, Aon, Lóreal and Boston Bank. And for the Hillier Group in N.Y. / RMJM in projects like Pfizer of London, Icahn Track and Field Stadium in Randalls Island N.Y., Hoboken Master Plan, Post & Shell interiors in Philadelphia and PS Master Plan in Buffalo among others.  In 2002 and 2003 he designed furniture for Alcon Manufacturers in collaboration with Martha Zieve in N.Y.C. for the Chase woods Holds.  Worked as an architect designer for the Federal Electoral Institute UNAM, and as supervisor of the construction at the National Art Center (CNA) at Mexico City.

In 2005, co-founder of ReCURSO studio (Resource studio), and at 2009 founder of PAUL CREMOUX studio. He is currently working on a realm of various scale and typology projects.

At PAUL CREMOUX studio the relation between the process and the final result is a parameter of prime importance in the implementation of new architectural ideas.

Select Project list

2017 FP ETE Interior Design, SD-CD retail Mexico City.
2017 ZenScan SPA,
SD -CD Design Nosara, Costa Rica.
2017 Las Cabras House-Studio 
SD-CD Design San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico.
2016 Energy performance studies for Enel, San Luís Potosí, Mexico.
2016 MarOje House SD-CD Design, Bosques de Las Lomas. Mexico City.
2015 NUR House 
SD-CD Design, Acueducto Xochimilco. Mexico City.
2015 NM House 
SD-CD Design, Built supervision, C. Carmen, Mexico City.
2014 Nirau House 
SD-CD Design, Construction, Built supervision, Cto. Talpan Mexico City.
2013 CorManca, House SD-CD Design, Built supervision, Tiburcio M. Mexico City.
2012 Ariché Eco-Effective rural Dwellings SD-CD Architectural design, Urique, Chihuahua, Mexico.
2011 Bicentenary Towers Museum Book Publication. Secretariat of Communications, State of Mexico. EDOMEX.
2011 “En Ruta” Book. Publication Secretariat of Transport, State of Mexico. EDOMEX.
2011 “Palmas” Interiors Interior design, proposal, Palmas, Mexico City.
2011 Display Stand DAR/CYR Design, Mexico City.
2010 Juxtaposition Rug Industrial Design. Odabashian Rugs, Mexico City.
2010 JYP Engagement Ring Industrial and fabrication Design, Mexico City.
2010 Sustainable Eco-effective studies Bicentenary Towers Museum, Secretariat of Communications, EDOMEX.
2010 Lóreal Interiors SD-CD Architectural Interior design, Peshard Arquitectos, Mexico City.
2010 Pier Museum Mangrove International Competition Architectural design, Miami FL.USA.
2010 The Architectural League of NY Young Architects Forum. New York City, USA.
2009 ISQUISA Sustainable Office Building SD-CD Architectural design, Veracruz Mexico.
2009 Bugambilia Extravaganza SD-CD Highway services, Architectural design, Sanimetro/Banobras, Mexico City.
2009 “Vuelo de Altura” Book.Publication Secretariat of Communications, State of Mexico. EDOMEX.
2008 Casa Roja Sustainable House SD-CD Architectural design, San Ángel, Mexico City.
2008 RIBA, The Black Sarape Box Exhibit The London Festival of Architecture, London UK.
2008 Internacional Shinkenchiku Competition Architecture design, Rafael Moneo. Japan.
2008 Medical Interiors Interior Architectural design. Mexico City.
2008 Low Energy Apartment Building Architectural design, SD-CD, Eugenia 1009 México City.
2007 SaMa House Architectural design, SD-CD, Cerrada del Carmen, Mexico City.
2007 Sustainable Art Museum Gallery of  Cheltenham SD-DD Architecture design, Cheltenham, UK.
2007 Portofino Interiors SD-CD Interior Architectural design and design built supervision, Mexico City.
2007 Jilo Bungalow Architectural design. Jilotepec, Estado de Mexico.
2007 El Huacal Annex SD-CD Design, Built supervision, Artes 39, Coyoacán, México City.
2007 Apartments Eugenio Sue 327 SD-CD Architectural design, Miguel Hidalgo, Polanco, Mexico City.
2007 Lobby Interiors Palmas 800 Interior design proposal, Palmas 800, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City.
2007 Housing Tiburcio Sánchez 302 SD-CD, Architectural design, Alfa Harding developer, Mexico City.
2006 Public Library of Jalisco International Competition Architectural design, Guadalajara Jalisco, Mexico.
2006 Fish Tank Furniture SD-CD, Built supervision, Mexico City.
2006 El ECO Museum Architectural design, UNAM, Mexico City.
2006 Laughter & Architecture Research, Columbia University/FONCA. Theoretical.
2006 The Health Factor Book Publication, National Academy of Health. Mexico.
2005 HP Apartment Building Architectural design. San JerónimoMexico City.
2004 La Caracola Beach House Architectural design, Guerrero, Club de Golf Tres Vidas, Mexico.
2003  Hoboken Master Plan Architectural design, Hillier/RMJM NJ. USA.
2003 Convergys Master Plan Architectural design, Hillier/RMJM Buffalo, NY. USA.
2003 Ikhan Stadium Architectural design, Randalls Island, Hillier/RMJM Buffalo, NY. USA.
2003 Antwerp Urban Design Research, Columbia University, Antwerp, Belgium.
2003 Public Library José Vasconcelos Competition Architecture design, Hillier/RMJM. Mexico, City.
2003 Post & Schell interior office Architectural design, Hillier/RMJM PH. USA.
2003 CPW Interior Architectural design, SD-CD. Broadway 143 W. 87 st. NYC. NY. USA.
2003 Inc. Incubator Research, Columbia University, NYC. NY. USA.
2002 Villalba Hosue Architectural design, State of Mexico.
2002 Halcon Chase Woods Industrial design, NYC. NY. USA.
2001 Mix Use Building Architectural design, San Jeronimo, Mexico City.
2001 Loreto Apartments Architectural design, Loreto, Mexico City.
1999 ICEL Interior Offices Interior design, SD-CD. built supervision. Pedregal de San Ángle, Mexico City.
1999 Federal Electoral Court Building Architectural design, SD-CD, Special Projects UNAM, Mexico City.
1998 Campillo Studio Architectural design, SD-CD. and built supervision. Tlalpan, Mexico City.
1997 Ministry of Health Architectural design, UNAM. México City.
1997 EPAD Paris Urban design, Internship, EPAD la Defénse, Paris, France.