Hugo Toro is an architect and interior architect from eastern France, holding dual Mexican and French citizenship. His accomplishments include renowned restaurants such as Gigi Ramatuelle and Gigi Paris, as well as the Midland Dining room at St Pancras station in London and Villa Albertine in NYC, just to name a few recent examples.
From a young age, he had a passion for building, inventing, and paying attention to detail and equipment in the cabins he envisioned. His influences span both sides of the Atlantic, as well as South America. The Art Deco period holds significant importance in his preferences, and he appreciates the attention to detail in the work of Austrian architect Otto Wagner and the use of color and texture by Luis Barragán.