Gustavo Zamir Garcia

Gustavo Zamir Garcia

Philadelphia, PA, US



G Zamir Garcia is an architect, artist, and the founder of, a website promoting adoption awareness through art and design.

As an architect, Zamir has worked on numerous project types including research laboratory buildings and high-end residential projects. Of note Zamir has worked on the new addition to the Mercer Museum in Pennsylvania and the MIT Media Lab addition designed by Fumihiko Maki with Leers Weinzapfel Associates.

Zamir's art work has been exhibited in galleries in Dallas, New York, Boston, and most recently in Philadelphia. Prior to moving to Philadelphia, Zamir was a member of the McKinney Avenue Contemporary in Dallas and also involved in the SteelCase Showroom Artist program in Dallas.

Zamir received his Master's Degree in Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and his Bachelor in Environmental Design from Texas A&M University. Upon graduating from college, he spent a year studying painting at ITALART in the Tuscan hill town of Castiglion Fiorentino.


Erdy McHenry Architecture, Philadelphia, PA, US, Associate

Associate at Erdy McHenry responsible for Marketing and Business Development and involved in design and development of academic, cultural and commercial projects.

Feb 2013 - current

Voith & Mactavish Architects LLP, Philadelphia, PA, US, Associate

Project Manager and Project Designer, involved in design of cultural and academic projects, from initial design to construction administration.

Sep 2006 - Feb 2013

Perkins&Will, Atlanta, GA, US, Project Architect

Science and Technology Studio - Project Architect involved in design and detailing of complex laboratory building exterior envelope.

Sep 2004 - Sep 2006

Alan Wanzenberg Architect, New York, NY, US, Architect

High end residential - Involved in design and detailing of high end residential projects in New York.

Oct 2003 - Oct 2004

Leers Weinzapfel Associates, Boston, MA, US, Architect

May 2000 - Sep 2003


Harvard University, Boston, MA, US, MArch, M Arch

Sep 1999 - Jun 2003

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, US, BArch, Architecture

Sep 1991 - Jun 1995

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