studios

BRENDA ALONSO

Junior Designer

Bachelor of Architecture, California State Polytechnic University
Pomona, California
Born in Mexico City, Mexico, Brenda moved to Redland, California at the young age of 2. She discovered her love for architecture at the age of 18 during a 5-hour long lecture on the subject of Architecture and Design. Submerged in the passionate description of formal strategy, structural elements, and emanate detail within the architectural language, she knew right away that architecture was her true passion.
Brenda received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from California State Polytechnic University and competed in Archasm, an online international architectural competition, where she was ranked top 50 out of 268 registrations around the world. Her work is driven by the small design moments that bring uniqueness to her projects. She believes that every project is different and is fascinated by the transition between spaces. In any size project, she understands that small design moves can have the biggest impacts.
During her free time, Brenda enjoys sketching, painting, playing soccer, photographing architectural structures, and spontaneous car rides. Being new to the Los Angeles area, she looks forward to exploring the city, with future plans to visit architectural works from Richard Meier to Pierre Koenig.

BRENDA ALONSO

Junior Designer

Bachelor of Architecture, California State Polytechnic University
Pomona, California
Born in Mexico City, Mexico, Brenda moved to Redland, California at the young age of 2. She discovered her love for architecture at the age of 18 during a 5-hour long lecture on the subject of Architecture and Design. Submerged in the passionate description of formal strategy, structural elements, and emanate detail within the architectural language, she knew right away that architecture was her true passion.
Brenda received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from California State Polytechnic University and competed in Archasm, an online international architectural competition, where she was ranked top 50 out of 268 registrations around the world. Her work is driven by the small design moments that bring uniqueness to her projects. She believes that every project is different and is fascinated by the transition between spaces. In any size project, she understands that small design moves can have the biggest impacts.
During her free time, Brenda enjoys sketching, painting, playing soccer, photographing architectural structures, and spontaneous car rides. Being new to the Los Angeles area, she looks forward to exploring the city, with future plans to visit architectural works from Richard Meier to Pierre Koenig.