1 NoBo Studio We are a creative design, architecture and research office specialized in analyzing potential to propose custom strategies that increase the value of each project, collaborating with a network of specialists from different professional areas we can guarantee personalized solutions with the highest quality..
The NoBo Studio methodology allows us to work locally or remotely, having adaptation as a maximum, specializing in architecture, interior design, temporary installations, museography, furniture and consulting.
We tailor design for our clients and users.
We are looking for new opportunities that challenge our limits.
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NoBo Studio is created by Rodrigo Lugo3, with offices in the city of Querétaro, Mexico.
2 Projects 2010 Office 204, Queretaro, MX 2012 House in Zibatá, Queretaro, MX 2013 House in El Refugio, Queretaro, MX 2014 POUA Lamp for Casa Gutierrez Nájera Gallery, 11th edition of Zona MACO art fair, Mexico City 2014 House P40, Queretaro, MX 2015 3 Villas, San Miguel de Allende, MX 2016 San Jacinto Housing, Mexico City 2017 House in Juriquilla, Queretaro, MX 2018 La Peña House, Bernal. Queretaro, MX 2018 Z Towers, Sierra Vista. Arizona, USA 2018 Cathedral of Santiago, Queretaro, MX 2019 PT Apartment. NYC, USA 2020 Casa Agave, Oaxaca, MX 2020 Alambre House, Mexico City, MX
Rodrigo Lugo is an Architect and Designer who was born in Mexico City in 1986, he obtained the title of Architect by the Technological Institute of Querétaro in 2011. After his studies, he moved to Mexico City and collaborated with the architectural firm at103 in the competition for the General Archive of the Nation / Former prison of Lecumberri.
In 2012 he began to participate in competitions and various architecture and design projects. In 2014 he was invited to Zona Maco (International Contemporary Art Fair) and is part of the design collective at Casa Gutierrez Nájera Art Gallery. He has imparted multiple design related workshops, standing out the "H +" workshop organized by @COLABORACIONN in Mexico City, where he participated as a support member of Julio Amezcua and Michel Rojkind. In 2016 he joined Amezcua Studio as Head of Design, where he was in charge of all the schematic design and architectural projects, in 2017, after completing the construction of Tomorrowland Tailors Store, the studio received the third place in the Commercial Interior Design category of the Noldi Schreck award held that year. During his career he has won some awards and recognitions and in 2020 he obtained an honorable mention for his proposal for the Felix Candela award. He has collaborated in several architecture offices (ROW, at103, MCA, a911 and Amezcua Studio). Currently, he lives in Queretaro city and as of 2019, he teaches Architectural Design at the Universidad Marista de Queretaro.
4 Collaborators Structural Engineer- Andrés Casal Models - Aaron Rivera
VIZ - Valerio López BIM - Israel Juárez