Raymundo Pavan

Raymundo Pavan began his architectural career as a staff architect working with Enrique Norten at his firm, Ten Arquitectos on such projects as: the Queretaro City of the Arts and Metropolitan Theatre, the Andrean Development Corporation Headquarters, and the Xochimilco Park Masterplan (which was awarded the 2009 Institute Merit Design Award by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) of NY). He was also the Founder and Lead Architect of BADD (Bunch of Architects and Designers) where he was responsible for the design and project management of several single family homes and the retrofitting of heritage building programs. 

Since his graduation, Raymundo has given back to the design and architectural communities by volunteering his time and expertise as a Design Studio guest critic and facilitator at shows and charettes at such institutions and organizations as the School of Architecture at University of Waterloo, Institute Without Boundaries, Universidad Iberoamerica, Toronto’s Interior Design Show (2012), and Mexico’s curatorial team for the Rotterdam and Sao Paulo Architecture Biennials.

Raymundo has designed temporary exhibit installations for “Come up to my Room” at the Gladstone Hotel (facade installation, 2014) and MOVE: The Transportation Expo, a multi-media exhibition exploring innovative ideas and technologies held in Toronto’s historic Evergreen Brick Works.

Over the last six years, his projects include wayfinding and environmental graphics programs for Toronto Pearson Airport, Union Station, the Pan Am Aquatics Centre, Museum of Contemporary Art in Toronto and Frank Gehry's new Guggenheim Museum in Abu Dhabi.