Architect and founder of Gonzalez & Jacobson Architecture
He is a dream builder who builds to blow creativity and his work covers all aspects of architecture.
He has an extensive course of studies: B. S. Architecture and specialization in Graphic Design.
Institute of Technology and Higher Education. Campus Monterrey. 5 years.
Class of 1986.Best G. P. A. promotion (9.10 out of 10).In 1985 winner of “Alberto J. Pani”
related to the optimal architectural design organized by the National School of Architecture, among 22 schools.
Winner of the Logo Design School.
Founding member of the Student Society for the School of Architecture. (ITESMCQ).
Master in systems and spatial rhythm modulation.
Rafael Leoz Foundation. Madrid (Spain). One-year program.
With his extensive professional experience, he assumes the tradition with confidence and adapts without superficial trivializing to current needs.1993 to present:
González & Jacobson Arquitectura, S. L.
1.989 – 1.993:
Marcos Sainz Designs
Works as architect for the design of several projects valued at more than 180 million Euros.
Design and supervision of several private houses, shops in different regions of Spain (Madrid, Seville and Marbella).
Development of various Golf Club houses in (Huelva) Golf Club Islantilla and in Marbella: Los Naranjos and Las Brisas.
Design of medium scale Town projects in Huelva, Barcelona and Marbella.
1.986 – 1.988:
Department of Public Administration of the Mexican government.
He works as an architect in residential design.
Design and construction of the reform and expansion of the Hotel Hacienda de San Nicolas.
Design and implementation in collaboration with 3 Architects for symbols and signs for an entire University campus ITESMCQ, Queretaro, Mexico.
Teacher at the Department of Design of the School of Architecture. ITESMCQ, Queretaro, Mexico.
Rodolfo pursued by the presentation of his works, a tribute to our environment, using it to maximize its potential, reaching the most pleasant, subtle and sensual cohabitation between nature and architecture.