Jorge L. Gonzalez Davalos
Jorge attended the Instituto Tecnologico de Queretaro with an emphasis on sustainable design for his undergraduate degree in architecture.
His thesis was on the renovation of two state government research centers. He studied in Italy at the Politecnico di Milano, taking design related courses to finish his degree.
His first years of professional experience were for a construction documents manufacturer company for big scale housing in central Mexico, as well as with an industrial design construction firm with experience with onsite construction.
Jorge completed an internship in Washington, D.C. designing schools.
After this, he relocated to Harbin, China to work for a big scale design studio where he participated in numerous competitions, gained experience with master plans and architectural designs for schools, retail and housing.
After China, he relocated to Los Angeles and joined TSK, where he works as a project designer and coordinator.
Instituto Tecnologico de Queretaro, Mexico (2011)
Politecnico di Milano, Italy (2010)
Valley Community College ADA
Valley Community College Gym
University of Southern California CDF 100 Environments
Calexico Pedestrian Cross
MJS Chapel and Library
Los Angeles Unified School District Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies