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PAUL CREMOUX studio
WHO WE ARE
PAUL CREMOUX studio is an architectural firm committed to distinguished, sustainable eco-effective building designs. Our goal is to produce architecture that celebrates life, enriches the natural environmental and the human spirit.
Our method has a modern sensibility and is determined by an integrated concept that balances environment enrichment proposals, beauty and social responsibility with the client’s needs and desires.
We were recently interviewed by Project 40 TV. Our work has been exhibited at the MAM (Museum of Modern Art of Mexico City), and the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) among many others. We have been winners and finalists in several international contests and we are holders of several grants and scholarships like the CONACYT and FULLBRIGHT. We impart academic courses at the UNAM, IBERO, ANAHUAC, POLITECNICO and TEC DE MONTERREY. Educative institutions and universities at Mexico.
WHAT WE CARE ABOUT
Forty percent of the world’s energy is used by buildings. More than fifty percent of the greenhouse gases come from buildings and the construction industry. The way we design and build our spaces responds to the challenge we face as a civilization, considering alternative ways as a goal in the building process.
Adopting sustainable alternatives is not only a matter of progress, it is a matter of survive.
The way we produce, consume and get rid of the materials we use, as a result of the industrial revolution production methods, 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 way.
We propose a new economic approach in the construction area where architecture contributes to enrich our planet.
We are with the new arising industrial revolution; intelligent, generous and sustainable.
The relation between the process and the final result is for us a parameter of paramount importance in the implementation of new ideas. We use our designs as the human resource that nature needs.
OUR MANIFESTO and COURSE OF ACTION
Design for abundance and diversity. Work multidisciplinary.
To design built environments that enrich the natural world.
Produce clean energy. Be part of the new industrial re-evolution.
Do not contradict the nature of circumstances.
Design for all species and forms of life.
To design with morality, conscience and responsibility.
Analyze natural productive systems.
Be the Human resource that the Natural world needs.
PAUL CREMOUX WANDERSTOK
Dipl.Arch.MSc. AAD BA.
Born in Mexico City, 1973., Bachelors Degree in Architecture, at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, (UNAM). Laureate with merit recognition for academic excellency. Cremoux holds a Masters Degree in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia Uni-versity. Professional student practice at the Public Establishment for the Development of la Defénse (EPAD) and interning at Cerault Architects in Paris, France.
Winner of several international contests. First place at Cergy-Pontoise, European University of Built Environment, Paris, France 1995. First place at the National Contest of Architecture Schools, Querétaro, Mexico 1999. First place at the Mexico-Uruguay International Contest, Mexico 1994. Second place, at the International open competition for the Library of Guadalajara, Mexico 2005. 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), 2004.
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. Currently associate professor at Universidad Anahuac and TEC de Monterrey at Queretaro City. Special guest lecturer at the "Future Tecno-constructions seminar" at the Univeridad 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 news papers as well as TV interviews such as “Confabulario Canal 40TV”, “Linea M” of NY, “A Arquitectura”, in Newspapers, “El Universal” and “Reforma” of Mexico, and the Abstract Magazine of the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. Columbia University. From 1993 to 1994 he worked in Mexico for Gensler/Pershard in projects like CreditSwiss Aon and Boston Bank. From 2001 to 2003 he worked for the Hillier Group in N.Y. / RMJM in projects like Pfizer of London, Ichan 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 N.Y.C. for the Casewoods Holds. In 1993 he worked as an architect designer for the Federal Electoral Institute, UNAM and as supervisor of the construction of the National Art Center (CAN). In 2005, co-founder of ReCURSO studio (Resourse 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.
Huichapan Housing, Architectural design and Master Plan, State of Mexico, Mexico.
Tlalpan Residences, Architectural design. Mexico City, Mexico.
Horizontal Apartments development, Architectural design, Mexico City, Mexico.
La Defense, Urban design, Paris, France.
La Defense, EPAD Master Plan, Paris, France.
Extension for the National Health Building, Mexico City, Mexico.
Campillo Studio, Architectural design, construction, architectural supervision. Mexico City, Mexico.
Mix use Building, Architectural design, Mexico City, Mexico.
ICEL Office, Interior design and supervision, Mexico City, Mexico.
National Council of Since and Technology (CONACYT) Scholarship holder.
IUSA grant winner.
Secretary of Foreign Affairs grant winner.
Villalba House, Architectural design, Interior design and supervision, Jilotepec, EDOMEX.
Halcon NYC, Furniture design, New York City, NY
Urban Design, Antwerp, Belgium.
Bussiness Incubator, Theoretical research, Columbia Univ. NY.
Hoboken Master Plan, Hillier/RMJM Urban design, New York, NY.
Convergys Master Plan, Hillier/RMJM Urban design, master planning, Buffalo, NY.
Public Library José Vasconcelos, International Competition, Mexico, City, Mexico.
Post & Schell Office interiors, Hillier/RMJM Interior design, New York City, NY.
Furniture for Hillier/RMJM, Furniture design, New York City, NY.
Zive Chairs, Furniture design, Halcon New York City, NY.
Athletic Stadium, Icham Randalls Island, Hillier/RMJM Architectural design, New York City, NY.
CD´s Wall, Furniture design, Mexico City.
Post & Schell Reception, Hillier/RMJM, Interior design, New York City, NY.
Architecture and Laughter, Design and strategy research FONCA, Mexico City.Mexico.
Horizontal HP Housing, Architectural design, Mexico City. Mexico.
Hurtado House, Architectural design, Tres Vidas, Guerrero Mexico.
Public Library of Jalisco, International Competition, Architectural design (Win second place), Guadalajara Jalisco, Mexico.
Pecera, Furniture design and construction, Mexico City. Mexico.
Museum El ECO, National Competition, Architectural Design, (Win second place), UNAM Mexico City. Mexico.
National Medicine Academy Book, Design development. DVD. Mexico City, Mexico.
Museum and Art Gallery, Architectural design, Cheltenham, UK.
Portofino Interior, Interior design and furniture design, Mexico City, Mexico.
Bungalow Open, Architectural design, Jilotepec, EDOMEX, Mexico.
El Huacal, Architectural design, construction, Coyoacán, Mexico City, Mexico.
Tiburcio Sanchez Housing, Architectural Design, Mexico City.
Santamarina House, Architectural design, Rancho San Francisco, Mexico City, Mexico.
Gurria Residence, Architectural design, Rancho San Francisco, Mexico City, Meixico.
RIBA, The Black Sarape Box, Work Exhibit. At the Royal Institute of British Architects under the London Festival of Architecture 2008, UK.
Shinkenchiku, International Competition, A Non Suburbia, Rafael Moneo. Japan.
Medical Interiors, Architectural design, Mexico City. Mexico.
Pier Museum at Miami, International Competition, Miami USA. FL.
The Architectural League of NY, Young Architects Forum. Selected Works.New York City, NY.
ISQUISA Office Bulding, Architectural Design, Veracurz, Mexico.
AIT Book, Design development. DVD. Mexico City, Mexico.
The Highway Lavatory, Architectural Design, Mexico City.
L’Oreal, Interiores, Interior design, México DF.
Odabashain Oriental Rug design, Design, México DF.
Engagement Ring JYP, Design and rapid prototyping.
Museum of The Bicentenary EDOMEX Book, editorial design.
Engagement Ring JYP, Design and rapid prototyping.
Book for the Transport Secretary of State of Mexico, editorial design
Sustainable studies for the Museum of Bicentenary EDOMEX
EDOMEX Book, Design development. DVD. Estado de Mexico, Mexico.
CorManca House, Architectural Design, and construction, México DF.
Zarco renovations, Architectural Design, and construction, México DF.
LECTURES, SEMINARS AND DESIGN STUDIO COURSES
Assosiated Professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM),
Technological Institute of Studies of Monterrrey (ITESM), Universidad Anahuac
Universidad Iberoamericana (IBERO)
In between, UNAM spring 1998
Construction processes, ITESM autumn 2004
Parking lots and Architecture, ITESM winter 2004
Museum of Intelligence, ITESM spring 2005
The meantime space, ITESM winter 2005
Computer-aided design, lecture IBERO winter 2005
Architecture of disaster, ITESM spring 2006
Sustainable protocols, UNAM summer 2006
Moving dwellings, ITESM autumn 2006
The meantime space, ANAUAC autumn 2006
Advanced Computer-aided design ITESM autumn 2006
Cancún call, ITESM autumn 2006
Negotiations, ANAUAC winter 2006
Energy and Architecture, ITESM spring 2007
The automobile and the city, ITESM autumn 2007
Energy and Architecture, ITESM winter 2007
Low-res, High-res, ITESM autumn 2008
Energy and Architecture, ITESM winter 2008
Advanced Computer-aided design ITESM spring 2009
Iztacala, ITESM spring 2009
The four grid design problem, ITESM winter 2009
Energy and Architecture, ANAHUAC autumn 2010
Four Grid Problem, ITESM Queretaro spring 2010
Energy and Architecture, ANAHUAC winter 2011
Energy and Architecture, ANAHUAC autumn 2011
Sustainable protocols, ANAHUAC spring 2011
Energy and Architecture, ANAHUAC autumn 2011
Sustainable protocols, Anahuac spring 2012
RMJM Hillier, New York, NY, US, Architect designer
Columbia University, New York, NY, US, Masters, Advanced Architectural Design
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), México Distrito Federal, MX, BArch, Arquitecto
Second place, at the International open competition for the Library of Guadalajara, Mexico 2005.
Please visit: http://paulcremoux.com/en/2006/12/biblioteca-de-guadalajara for more info.
Grant for Young Creators, (FONCA),
The Alejo Peralta Foundation Grant for Young Talents., Scholarship
The IUSA Group Grant.
Won scholarships for graduate education
Cergy-Pontoise, France, 1st Place
Les Ateliers Internationaux de Maîtrise d'oeuvre urbaine de Cergy-Pontoise
Atelier portant sur le Paysage des Métropoles. Ouvert aux étudiants niveau master, sélection sur dossier.