Architect Regina Galvanduque (Mexico City, 1984), Director of Experiences at MYT+GLVDK, specializes in the hospitality industry, conceiving creative and genuine concepts that combine Architecture, Interior Design, Furniture, Branding, Art, and Styling.
Graduated from Parsons School of Design with a master’s degree in Architecture (New York, 2005) and a Design Award in Architectural Design (2009). She also studied Product Design at Parsons and Industrial Design at Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City.
After completing her studies, she worked for two years at TEN Arquitectos (Enrique Norten’s Architecture studio) in New York, heading the Marketing and Image Department, with a focus on architecture. Without leaving Manhattan, in 2010, she joined Grupo MYT as Director of Experience and Branding, participating in the creation and development of Vive la Crêpe!, La Antojería Popular, and Taka Taka, three innovative concepts that were well received in the city with one of the most competitive culinary scenes in the world. A year later she founded GLVDK. In 2016, she returned to Mexico, where she currently resides.
Her 360º work methodology, which integrates Architecture, Design and Branding, is exemplified in outstanding projects with great media impact such as Ryo Kan, the first traditional Japanese hotel in Latin America, and Niddo Café, in the heart of the eclectic and cosmopolitan Juárez neighborhood in the Mexican capital.
MYT+GLVDK, a Mexican multidisciplinary firm with a global vision, is the result of the collaboration between Andrés Mier y Terán and Regina Galvanduque. The studio offers innovative, functional, and attractive solutions of refined aesthetics based on well-defined concepts that are reflected in memorable products and experiences.
Through a 360º work methodology that incorporates three essential pillars—Architecture, Industrial Design and Branding— MYT+GLVDK conceives a specific narrative for each client, allowing them to tell their own story.
With remarkable experience in the hospitality, retail, and residential fields, as well as exhibits and cultural institutions, MYT+GLVDK’s projects are defined by the convergence between tradition and avant-gard, combining quality, practicality, and sophistication.