Alejandro Ramírez is a Mexican architect graduated from the Max Cetto Workshop of the Faculty of Architecture of UNAM. Since 2017 he has been working independently on residential and restoration projects; in 2019 he founded oe architect. With 12 years of experience in architectural project, executive and coordination of small to large-scale designs, some of them receiving the silver medal at the Mexican Architecture Biennial 2016 and 2018, working as a project coordinator in a renowned landscape architecture firm in Mexico City. Finalist in Archstorming, a contest that invited to imagine a pavilion that would represent your country in a universal exhibition, with the title Mexico Pavilion, also in Archmedium Pro NYVC, which proposed a contest for a great hybrid that would generate spaces with a mixed program in the City from New York, both in 2018. Also, in a proposal for a pavilion for the Fundación Alumnos47 Institution in Col. San Miguel Chapultepec, Mexico City.
He has participated in international competitions of recognized architecture magazine in Mexico, in addition to a solution of a house for the Jorejick Family, named Home Edition in Tanzania, also in an Architectural response for the new civic-citizen space in the prison complex, in Talca Chile and an ephemeral conceptual idea of a playful space for Winter Stations, Toronto Canada.
In addition, in an ephemeral approach for a space in Plaza Santa Ana de Concéntrico 05, Logroño La Rioja, Spain and a movable structure, which interpreted the movement of the leaves that fall from the trees for La Forêt Monumentale in Rouen, France. Winner of the Ephemeral Installation named LAN - 4, for Concentrico 06.