ABOUT

We are an office based on the island of Tenerife that works on different scales; oscillating between architecture, urban planning and landscape. Founded in 2019, the studio approaches the project from the understanding of the physical and cultural context and the analysis of the program to be developed, proposing specific responses for each client and place.

BIO

Jorge Díaz Rodríguez

Born in La Laguna in 1985. Is an architect graduated from the Escola Tècnica Superior d’ Arquitectura de Barcelona in 2012, ​​completing his training at the Instituto Superior Técnico de Lisboa. He received the Distinction of Honors in his PFC for the project "Library and Civic Center in the neighborhood of La Madragoa, Lisbon", tutored by Ricardo Bak Gordon. Since 2008 he has collaborated with various architecture and landscape studios, including BAAS Arquitectura (Barcelona), Alejandro Beautell (Tenerife), Dietmar Feitchtinger (Paris), Atelier56s (Paris - Rennes), El Equipo Creativo (Barcelona) and Batlle i Roig (Barcelona).

In 2019, he established Jorge Díaz Estudio, where he develops projects and investigations encompassing various scales: from residential spaces to the comprehensive planning of the landscapes. He is currently pursuing ETSAB MBLandArch master's degree in Landscape Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. From 2019 to 2022, he held the position of Coordinator of Culture at the Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Tenerife, La Gomera y El Hierro, and he currently serves as a member of its board, holding the role of Vocal for Professional Affairs, overseeing matters related to competitions and young architects, while simultaneously managing his architectural practice.

COLLABORATORS

María Laura Ortega

Interior Designer

Julia Fariña Masset

Building Engineer

Alejando Díaz Mesa

Industrial Engineer

Marta Torrecilla

Architect

Cécile Roturier

Architect

Julio Bernardos Hernández

Agricultural Technical Engineer

Marta Rivera Castrodá

Ephemeral Architecture Intern

Flavio Dorta

Photographer