These are my favorite designers, because throughout their lives have done projects that always unified, in a transcendent way, their roots with styles from different eras. They always create unique pieces that have a soul and a specific meaning. They are my inspiration to reach my goals.
Degree in Industrial Design from ITESM, also studied fine arts with Mario Paccioli sculptor, in Florence, Italy. Her major projects are: -Central Park: conceptual design, interiors and furniture for common areas. Guadalajara, Jalisco. Mexico. -Vango Private Club: conceptual and interior design nightclub. Guadalajara, Jalisco. Mexico. (In process) -Careyes: Conceptual design and interior home "Constellation Dragon". Costalegre, Jalisco. Mexico. (In process)
Ariel Rojo was born on June 8, 1976 in Mexico City between cutters, die cutters, drills and numerical control machines. At 14 he began to work in their own interest in the manufacture of printed circuit boards from their parents and at 17 had already designed printed circuit for Pemex oil platforms. His main passions, art and engineering, made decided to study industrial design, a profession that combines both disciplines.
Tadao Ando was born in 1941 in Osaka, Japan.Tadao Ando spent the most of time out of doors, and was raised by his grandmother. His studying was very unusual. "I was never a good student. I always prefered learning things on my own outside of class. When I was about 18, I started to visit temples, shrines and tea houses in Kyoto and nara; I was studying architecture by going to see actual building, and reading books about them."
(Guadalajara, Mexico, 1902-Mexico City, 1988) Mexican architect. Among the distinctive features of his works include absolute respect for the landscape, the amazing combination of natural and manmade and synthesis of internationalism functionalist and traditional Mexican architecture.