Hialeah, Florida is known for its arts, parks, and rich Latin culture. As a part of Miami-Dade County, the area has a population count of around 239,000, the sixth-largest city in the state, with one of the largest Spanish-speaking populations in the country. The cost of living in the region, and real estate more specifically, is affordable: Hialeah is a great place to settle in. 

For potential movers looking to design their homes or business owners in need of architectural help, the following list collates the top architecture firms working in Hialeah. These studios were found through an exhaustive research process that factored in several key factors. Our editorial team considered each company’s history, portfolio quality, accreditations, awards, the backgrounds of the principals, and client reviews. All names on the list are licensed by the AIA and work on a wide range of markets, residential and commercial.


Beilinson Gomez Architects P.A.

8101 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 309-310, Miami, FL 33138

Beilinson Gomez Architects P.A. has developed a reputation as a studio that excels in minimalist design. Projects in the Beilinson Gomez portfolio share a straightforward visual aesthetic made up of sleek lines, plain surfaces, and sharp corners with no decorative flair. This professional style works perfectly on commercial structures for retailers, hospitality markets, and office facilities, though it also fits residential estates that go for a modern look. Some of the firm’s standout design projects have earned recognition from the Miami Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as well as publications like the South Florida Business Journal, Miami Herald, and Plataforma Arquitectura.

Current principal architect Jose Gomez and the late Les Beilinson founded the company in 1978 with a goal to provide sound architectural spaces in the Miami region. Both AIA affiliates have a deep understanding of the industry as well as the typical client’s vision. Their knowledge allows them to meet client expectations and demands, as you can see in the firm’s long track record of positive reviews from the industry and customer acclaim.

The project featured here: the Merayo-Delgado Residence, a custom single-family home built in 2005. “Privacy” is the keyword that best describes the house, as it has zero windows and a neighboring façade. The predominantly white design stands as an interesting contrast to the lush tropical landscape.


Rahal Architects

2525 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Ste 300, Coral Gables, FL 33134

Established in 2016, Rahal Architects is a Florida firm that specializes in creating projects with strong visual and functional qualities. Its forte lies in creating comfortable spaces that enhance people’s way of living, and every project is crafted with inspired choices and thoughtful design. The studio’s operations are headed by principal Haissam Rahal, a seasoned architect registered in Florida and Michigan. Rahal’s innate skill in custom architecture and his eye for excellence has led to many exceptional projects, including the recently-built remodel Coral Gables Residence featured in this piece.

The full-service architectural practice has over 15 years of experience in residential and commercial design. Posh interiors and luxurious manors make up its catalog of residential work. The modern kitchens and baths in these classic and contemporary homes all feature a striking aesthetic. These projects are designed using cutting edge methods and close attention to detail. The finished results shine with masterful color and style fit for a magazine spread. On the commercial front, the firm’s portfolio includes the business, hospitality, office, and medical markets. The same level of design is prevalent in its work despite different specifications and requirements, as each one is finished to match the locale and visual style of its market.


SDH Studio Architecture + Design

18200 NE 19th Ave. Suite 100 North, Miami Beach, FL 33162

SDH Studio is an acclaimed architecture and interior design practice that operates in Miami and the Caribbean. The brunt of its work is focused on master planning, high-end custom homes, and commercial properties, the latter of which includes office facilities, restaurant establishments, retail boutiques, and corporate spaces. A sample of its work is the featured Alf residence, a showcase of contemporary minimalist style.

The design practice is composed of design experts with equal measures of skill and passion for the industry. Principal architect Stephanie Halfen is an AIA-accredited professional who launched her professional career after receiving the highest honors in interior design school. This ability to achieve excellence is prevalent in her firm’s body portfolio, as projects in its catalog reflect a caliber of work that exceeds the industry standard.

Since its inception in 2012, the company has earned plenty of merits from industry organizations and publications alike. These include a coveted spot in Miami by Expertise’s Best Architects in Miami in 2017, consecutive inclusion in Miami Architect’s Best Residential Architects in Miami, Florida since 2017, and ranking in Ocean Home Magazine’s Top 50 Coastal Architects in the USA in 2018 and 2019. The studio was also a part of Luxe Interiors + Design’s Gold List of Miami Architecture Firms in 2017, 2019, and 2020.


UrvanX

7440 SW 50th Terrace STE 102, Miami, FL 33155

UrvanX is a full-service architecture practice that focuses on custom residential projects and hospitality and commercial buildings. Sustainable design is central to its process, bolstered by an underlying dedication to quality spaces with strong visual appeal. Coupled with a creative eye for detail and proficiency in modern design, it comes as no surprise that Urvanx is the preferred architect for many property owners in the area.

The client-driven operation is led by Carlos J. Bravo, a renowned architect whose portfolio includes multimillion projects for Coca-Cola. Prior to the inception of his current studio, he helmed another design firm called Vertex Architecture in 2002, which worked on high rises, retail centers, and private residences. Bravo is associated with the AIA and the Society of American Registered Architect and a member of the US Green Building Council (USGBC) as an Accredited Professional in Building Design and Construction by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED AP B+C).

The diverse company’s innovative approach to architecture strives to achieve optimal results that meet both the client and the industry standards. Projects are personalized to fit the owner’s vision and the firm always colors between the lines of the expected design. Communication and constant collaboration is an element that elevates its work, as the staff keeps the customer in the loop. 


V3 Architectural Group

13944 SW 8th Street, Suite 206, Miami, FL 33184

V3 Architectural Group is a company built on the foundation of quality design and customer service. The Miami-based firm has earned high ratings in both departments for the aesthetic and functional properties of its work as well as the positive experience provided by its crew. Five key points are prioritized with every project on its plate—architectural scale, proportion, function, and durability. Thorough planning is observed to properly maximize the space and high-performance service is delivered from the blueprint phase to the actual design stage. A streamlined process molds the design to the client’s specifications to match their lifestyle, budget, and timeline demands.

The full-service architecture practice is led by co-principals Jose A. Vidal, Manuel Fernandez, and Michele C. Gonzalez-Vidal. The three executives have over 42 years of design experience with accreditations from the AIA, LEED, and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). Each one is proficient in their post and embodies a client-focused mindset that involves meticulous attention and personal dedication to projects. Under the veteran team’s leadership, the studio has completed a vast selection of projects in various markets: residential, commercial, retail, corporate, industrial, hospitality, and education. Historic preservation and planning is also a major aspect of its work.