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Balancing Life and Licensure

Balancing Life and Licensure

Becoming a licensed architect is no small feat. Neither is being a parent. When you combine the two it can seem like your professional goals are unachievable; falling so easily to the background. Finding the right study tool can be just the thing that helps tip the scale in favor of professional licensure. Recently one..
Jeff Seres Becomes Senior Architect

Jeff Seres Becomes Senior Architect

Studio Southwest Architects is pleased to announce that Jeff Seres, AIA has received his Architectural license in New Mexico. Jeff has managed Studio Southwest’s Santa Fe office for more than 20 years and held a license in Connecticut since 1989. Recently Jeff expanded his architectural licensure to include New Mexico, becoming Studio Southwest’s newest Senior..
Studio SW hires Donna Marion

Studio SW hires Donna Marion

Studio Southwest Architects has hired Donna Marion as an Intern Architect III. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Donna is a LEED AP BD+C and is pursuing her architectural license. Donna sees architecture as the balance of tension between technical needs and design possibilities; one that has the unique ability to benefit the common..
Tomorrow IS Today

Tomorrow IS Today

The New Mexico School for the arts Breaks Ground March 16, 2018 – Studio Southwest Architects, in association with Lake | Flato Architects, broke ground on the highly anticipated New Mexico School for the Arts (NMSFA) campus renovation on Friday, March 16, 2018. The 2019-2020 school year will begin in a new state-of-the-art facility custom..
Joining the CREW

Joining the CREW

December, 2017 Staying true to form, Michelle Franks, Studio Southwest Architects CFO, continues her momentum representing successful women in New Mexico. Michelle was named as President-Elect of Commercial Real Estate Women of New Mexico’s 2018 Board of Directors.
The Catalyst & The Creative

The Catalyst & The Creative

Published in Albuquerque the Magazine Albuquerque, NM – October, 2017 -Principals Michelle Franks and Elena Marguerite Agustin work behind the scenes of Studio Southwest Architects to promote a strong firm culture, incorporate the best design standards, and develop business and firm awareness in the community. Recently named a 2017 Women of Influence by Albuquerque Business..
Cam races in BMW Berlin Marathon

Cam races in BMW Berlin Marathon

September 16, 2017 Senior Project Manager Cameron “ActionCAM” Erdmann fulfilled a bucket list item this September when he participated in the BMW Berlin Marathon. With support from the AEC community, family, and friends, Cam participated in the 44th Annual Inline Skating Marathon, breaking his personal record with a time of 1hr 49min 8sec.
Do You Know Ron Burstein?

Do You Know Ron Burstein?

Albuquerque, NM – July 6, 2017 Studio Southwest Architect’s President, Ron Burstein, was recognized by Albuquerque Business First as one of 3 New Mexican’s to Know Who are Changing the Landscape. The article highlighted three top architects who’s firms are contributing to significant projects in New Mexico. The One Central mixed-use development will be an..
CANstruction Santa Fe 2017 Winners

CANstruction Santa Fe 2017 Winners

Studio Southwest Architects helps CANstruction Santa Fe exceed their 2017 food drive goals. Santa Fe, NM – June 26, 2017 – With the help of Studio Southwest Architects, AIA Santa Fe’s third annual CANstruction Santa Fe competition exceeded their 2017 goals; raising 30k pounds of food for Northern New Mexico’s food bank, The Food Depot...