Alex Quinto is a designer based in Mexico City with experience in editorial, exhibition, and web design.
Prior to joining 100RC Alex co-founded a visual communication studio in Mexico City that works with non-profits, and entrepreneurs. Previously he co-founded an interdisciplinary design studio in Toronto, where he co-led a pilot project to retrofit a wartime house into a house that creates its own energy, and community-driven renewable energy program, in partnership with the Royal Bank of Canada and the City of Toronto. Alex has led various editorial projects, including a research project called Hyperborder: the US-Mexico Border and its Future, published by Princeton Architectural Press. He also designed and contributed research for a book called Massive Change: The Future of Global Design, published by Phaidon Press, in collaboration with Bruce Mau Design. Alex has worked on projects for organizations like Chronicle Books, Unicef, Dalberg, Starbucks, the Global Reporting Initiative, the MIT IDEAS Global Challenge, and museums like the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis and the Soumaya Museum in Mexico City. Alex was recently a sustainability juror for Ico-D, the International Design Council, and contributes to SD Standard, an organization that evaluates the impact of design projects on people and the planet. Alex holds a BFA in Interactive Media from Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and a postgraduate diploma from the Institute without Boundaries program at George Brown College in Toronto.