Andrea Soto Morfin

Andrea Soto Morfín is an architect from ITESO University, in 2015 she won the CEMEX Architect Marcelo Zambrano Scholarship through which she studied the Master in Landscape Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, graduating with distinction in 2017 and obtaining recognition from the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) for Academic excellence. Since 2010, she has been co-director of ATELIER ARS founded by Alejandro Guerrero. Together, they have received the Emerging Voices award, given by The Architectural League of New York and the Design Vanguard from the Architectural Record magazine, both awards in the year 2015.

Their work has been nominated for the Mies Crown Hall America’s Prize that is granted by the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago and has been a finalist in the Ibero-American Architecture and Urbanism Biennial in Sao Paulo, Brasil. They have been lecturers at the Graduate School of Design of Harvard through the Latin GSD cycle and also guests critics for the final reviews. Some of their work became part of the Official Exhibition of Mexico’s Pavilion at the Architecture Venice Biennial in 2014, 2016 and 2018. They obtained a Silver Medal in the XV Mexican Architecture Biennial and they were
finalists in the Emerging Architects prize from the Architectural Review magazine in 2018.