Ávalos Arquitectos y Asociados, S. C. is one of Mexico’s leading architecture, design and construction firms.


With almost 40 years of experience, the firm has been responsible for some of the most thoughtful, progressive and most talked-about structures in the country’s cities of Los Cabos, La Paz, Mexico City, Loreto, Puebla, San Miguel Allende and Hermosillo. In addition, AAA’s designs have had a broad reach into the U.S. and Spain.


Partners Jacinto Ávalos and Ramon Osuna, and a few years later Luis Pablo Salas, joined architectural forces and experience in construction to create an all-inclusive resource for design and building commissions of all scales, featuring a very experienced and capable team of professionals, consultants and contractors in all specialties and trades, who have excelled in residential developments but have also successfully forged new ground in design and construction for hotels, churches, restaurants, low-income housing, planning and master plans, including programs for urban areas in extreme poverty and environmentally conscious sustainable designs.


Ávalos Arquitectos y Asociados, S. C. can skillfully conceptualize designs and manage all construction aspects to project completion and beyond, as clients may also engage the firm’s property management services and real estate consultant services.


In addition to AAA’s stellar reputation supported by its on-going relationship and friendship with its former patients, are the numerous accolades, such as the Golden Nugget Award of Merit for “Best Custom Home,” the media coverage spotlighting Jacinto Ávalos and the many completed projects that have been featured in such publications as Architectural Digest, Enlace and many articles in Entre Muros (Reforma News), and that have been included in spreads in four hardcover editions of Houses of Los Cabos, the two illustrative hardcovers of Houses by the Sea: Mexico’s Pacific Coast, “24 Architects for the 21st Century”, “Six Years of Architecture in Mexico” and “Mexico / Argentina / Architects”.