Estudio Ome is a Mexico City-based studio founded in 2018 by Susana Rojas Saviñón and Hortense Blanchard, a French-Mexican duo with education in architecture and landscape architecture. The pair are constantly questioning how we interact with nature and where to intervene to get the perfect balance in between what is built and what is alive. Through extensive research and inspiration from botany, archaeology, infrastructure, agroecology and art, Estudio Ome endeavours to represent the complexity and richness of natural environments and the profound respect they have towards them by bringing them closer. The studio engages in landscape projects at all scales, through practice and theory, that respond to both people and the natural world. We are a small team of landscape architects, architects and designers dedicating their talent towards landscape architecture, regional planning, public space design, garden design, productive spaces, and any detail outdoor spaces require.
Current team: Camille García-Lozano, Ana Paula Reyes Varela y Mabel Torres.
Former team: Ulises Gorka, Arturo Ortiz y Abraham Said.

Hortense Blanchard

Hortense is a landscape architect graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure du Paysage in Versailles. Previously she studied applied arts and space design in École Nationale Supérieure des Métiers de l’Art Boulle in Paris. She worked in Mexico City for Rozana Montiel Estudio de Arquitectura and in London for the Landscape Architect Irène Djao Rakitine and the garden designer Dan Pearson before starting her own practice.

Susana Rojas Saviñón

Susana is an architect graduated from Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City with an MPhil in Architecture and Urban Design from the Architectural Association in London. In addition, she was part of the Wood Program in Architecture and Design from Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture in Helsinki. In 2020 Susana was granted the Young Creators scholarship from the National Fund for the Culture and the Arts from the Mexican government, and since 2019 she has been a professor at the department of architecture at Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City.