Héctor Esrawe






Industrial Design

Héctor Esrawe’s designs consist of limited edition pieces, furniture, interior design, as well as architecture, public space installation and museography. He firmly believes in collaboration and multidisciplinary interaction, which has allowed him to work with other design and architecture studios, urbanists, artists, museum curators and scenographers. This enthusiasm has led him to become a co-founder of EWE, VISSIO, and MASA, which aim to promote Mexican collectible design. He is also a founding partner of the perfumery brand Xinú and of Casa del Agua, which collects rainwater and filters it into alkaline drinkable water.

Esrawe’s work has earned him international recognition: He was named one of the Top 100 Creatives 2021 by AD Magazine Germany and has won awards, such as Interior Design Studio of the Year 2020 by Dezeen Awards, Best of Year Dezeen Award, and Azure Award of Merit 2020 for Tori Tori Santa Fe. He was also named Mexico’s Best Interior Designer at Firenze Entremuros Award 2019, won the Best of Year Award 2019 for Grupo Arca’s Design Center in Guadalajara, and much more. His work is present in the permanent collection of the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, with the Centípede bench and the Vestigios jewelry collection.

He graduated from the Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA), where he studied Industrial Design. From 1997-2001 he was a Design Professor at UIA, after that he became Design Director at CENTRO Study House, where he created the Industrial Design Degree. In 2003, he launched his multidisciplinary design practice, Esrawe Studio, which he directs today.

Héctor Esrawe’s Work at OMET