GLVDK is a multidisciplinary creative studio led by Mexican architect Regina Galvanduque.

GLVDK has done projects internationally ranging from architecture, interior design, artsculpture, styling, production, curatorship and branding to ephemeral installations.

Her most recent project consisted on developing the overall concept for the first Ryokan in Mexico City, including architecture using local materials, interiors, art, branding and tableware.

Last year she remodeled a townhouse in Condesa neighborhood in Mexico City and finished the interiors with two marble art pieces called Suji and Jinzo.

GLVDK designed “Antojeria Popular” in NYC Nolita neighborhood in 2012, a pioneering concept bringing Mexican street food to New York’s most trendy neighborhood.

She is currently expanding her conceptual art installations inspired by the recent earthquake by upcycling raw stones in organic sensual shapes with natural accidents. In parallel, her firm is working on a few residential, hospitality and large artistic commissions.