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Our Team

Felix Ziga, AIA

Principal

Felix is a Registered Architect in the State of Texas and has over 8 years of professional experience working in the design and construction industry for projects in San Antonio, Austin, The Rio Grande Valley, and most recently across the Nation. He received a BS in Architecture with a minor in Business Administration in 2010 and a Master of Architecture Degree plus a Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation in 2012, all from The University of Texas at San Antonio.

He spent the summer of 2009 traveling abroad, studying both old and new european architecture. Among places visited are London, Athens, Ibiza, Barcelona, Rome, Florence, and Munich. Traveling is one of his passions and greatest source of Architectural inspiration.

Felix has worked on both local and national projects including several homes in the San Antonio and Austin areas for DeWitt Architects, the City of Laredo Master Plan with Kell Munoz Architects, both private and government projects for DHR Architects, and hundreds of retail spaces for Visionworks, Inc. and Petco Animal Supplies, Inc. nationwide.

Adriana Muñoz Ziga

Project Manager/Historic Preservation Specialist

Adriana has over 7 years of experience working in the historic preservation field for projects in both the public and private sectors. She received a BS in Architecture in 2009 and a Master of Architecture with a Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation in 2012, all from The University of Texas at San Antonio. Prior to joining Ziga Architecture Studio, Adriana was a project reviewer for the City of San Antonio where she oversaw compliance with local, state and federal historic preservation law of public projects including the construction of Yanaguana Gardens and the rehabilitation of several historic houses at Hemisfair Park. She was also a case manager for projects being reviewed by the Historic and Design Review Commission. In addition to historic preservation, Adriana is also interested in interior design and is currently pursuing her license to become a Registered Interior Designer.