Originally from Cuernavaca, Mexico, David has been working in architecture in the Bay Area for 13+ years. While his main focus has been on single-family home remodels, he has designed and managed new construction, restaurants, wineries, including production facilities and hospitality spaces, and tenant improvements. Attuned to his surroundings, he has an affinity for developing spaces that enhance the living experience, balancing the relationship between human scale, massing, and quality of life. During his free time, David enjoys experimenting with cooking and dabbling in home improvement projects.

BArch, University of San Francisco

We are searching for some kind of harmony between two intangibles: a form which we have not yet designed and a context which we cannot properly describe.” – Christopher Alexander


Images, top to bottom: Kimbell Art Museum by architect Louis Kahn, Odunpazari Modern Art Museum by architect Kengo Kuma, and Mexico City building by architect Young & Ayata