Juan Pablo Maza


Born in Mexico City in 1974.  In 1997 he graduated with a degree in architecture and urbanism at Universidad Iberoamericana where he is now a lecturer.


His work has been exhibited in many venues such as the “Centre of Architecture” in New York (2005), the “Venice Biennale” in Italy (2008), “Art Basel” in Switzerland (2009), “MARQ: Museo de Arquitectura y Diseño” in Buenos Aires - Argentina (2010), the “BAL-11” in Pamplona - Spain (2011) and the “WAF: World Architecture Festival” in Singapore (2012).


In 2012 he won Silver Medal at the XII Mexican Architectural Biennial show; in 2009 he received an Honorable Mention for the design of a monument for the Bicentennial Memorial of the Independence of México; and in 2006 he won the contest for the expansion of the Experimental Museum “El Eco” (by Mathias Goeritz) in collaboration with Fernando Romero.

Since 2002 he is the director of “FRENTE arquitectura” advocated to create innovative and “Responsible Architecture” with the intention of improving the quality of life.