Miguel Almaraz | Legorreta Arquitectos
Miguel Almaraz

Partner / Project Director at LEGORRETA®

With more than 20 years of professional experience, Miguel has been involved in the design, planning and management for a diverse range of projects in Mexico, Central and South America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. His experience includes all kind of projects including residential, commercial, institutional, hospitality and educational. He is always involved throughout all the phases of work to ensure that the firm’s vision remains from beginning to end. His organizational skills, technical knowledge and design sensitivity play an important role in the development of all LEGORRETA® designs.

Born on March 17th, 1960  New Jersey, U.S.A.


1980 - 1984
School of Architecture, Universidad Anahuac, Mexico City. 

Graduate Studies in Architecture, University of Maryland.


Relevant work before joining LEGORRETA ®  includes Gauthier Alvarado & Assoc.

Project Director at  LEGORRETA®.

2000 to this date
Partner and Project Director at LEGORRETA®.


Keynote Speaker at "Seminario de Urbanismo, Casa de la Primera Imprenta", UAM Azcapotzalco. Mexico City, México.

Keynote Speaker at "Holcim Forum for Sustainable Construction". Shanghai, China.


BBVA Bancomer Headquarters in partnership with Rogers StirkHarbour + Partners, Mexico City, Mexico
• Highland Hall Residences, Stanford University, CA, U.S.A. ?
Residential Projects in Mexico, Asia and U.S.A.
HBKU, Georgetown School of Foreign Services, Doha, Qatar
Campus Center & Student Housing of the American University in Cairo, El Cairo, Egypt
HBKU, Carnegie Mellon College of Business & Computer Science, Doha, Qatar
ITESM Santa Fe Campus, Mexico City, Mexico
UCSF Community Center, San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.
Juarez Complex, Mexico City, Mexico
Latino Cultural Center, Dallas, TX, U.S.A.
College of Santa Fe Visual Arts Center, Santa Fe, NM, U.S.A.
Televisa Corporate Offices, Mexico City, Mexico
Schwab Residential Center, Stanford University, CA, U.S.A.
Chiron Life & Science, Emeryville City, U.S.A.
CENART: City of the Arts, Mexico City, Mexico