Alejandro Gimenez Architects

Architect Estepona / Spain

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Alejandro Gimenez Architects
Villa Senses 5

Villa Senses

Marbella / Spain / 2021

Alejandro Gimenez Architects
Last Green House

Last Green House

Marbella / Spain / 2021

Alejandro Gimenez Architects
Architecture Office

Architecture Office

Marbella / Spain / 2019

Alejandro Gimenez Architects
Villa Mijas

Villa Mijas

Mijas / Spain / 2019

Alejandro Gimenez Architects
Puente Romano 1

Puente Romano

Marbella / Spain / 2018

Alejandro Gimenez Architects
Los Flamingos 13

Los Flamingos

Benahavís / Spain / 2018

Alejandro Gimenez Architects
Casa de la luz 21

Casa de la luz

Estepona / Spain / 2018

Alejandro Gimenez Architects
Casa Puri 4

Casa Puri

Seville / Spain / 2017

Alejandro Gimenez Architects
Villa Las Chapas 8 2

Villa Las Chapas

Marbella / Spain / 2011

Alejandro Gimenez Architects
Alejandro Giménez is both an architect and interior designer.

Born in Malaga in 1972, he studied in both Spain and America before graduating from Seville’s College of Architecture in 1999.

His style is heavily influenced by the style of architecture where he lives and where he grew up on Southern Spain’s Mediterranean coast. However, he has also spent a lot of time in both Mexico and Japan, and he incorporates ideas, colors and spaces from both countries in his designs. These influences are carried out in order to create harmony, beauty and peaceful spaces.

“My goal is to create a pure, serene and relaxing space that is a pleasure to live in and somewhere to look forward to returning to after a hard day’s work …”
Alejandro Gimenez Architects
Alejandro Gimenez Architects

Alejandro Giménez is both an architect and interior designer. Born in Malaga in 1972, he studied in both Spain and America before graduating from Seville’s College of Architecture in 1999. His style is heavily influenced by the style of architecture where he lives and where he grew up on Southern Spain’s Mediterranean coast. However, he has also spent a lot of time in both Mexico and Japan, and he incorporates ideas, colors and spaces from both countries in his designs. These influences are carried out in order to create harmony, beauty and peaceful spaces. “My goal is to create a pure, serene and relaxing space that is a pleasure to live in and somewhere to look forward to returning to after a hard day’s work …”