M. Arch, Tulane University
Re-joined studioWTA in 2017

Sergio grew up along the US / Mexico border with a unique perspective of global affairs at a local level. He moved to New Orleans in 1998 to attend the Tulane School of Architecture, from which he earned a Master of Architecture. During his time at TSA he served in student government and his thesis work was recognized with the I. Willian Sizeler award – given for outstanding design in the field of high-density, commercial, mixed-use architecture.

Exploring the intersection of culture, community and development have led Sergio to design, build, and care for a diverse set of projects including: managing the design of a new 50,000 sf art museum in San Francisco; construction administration for an adaptive reuse of a warehouse into commercial space and residential lofts; and small scale public interest design projects. These wide-ranging professional experiences have enabled him to work in a diverse set of offices in Austin and Mexico City.

New Orleans is where Sergio finds the greatest enjoyment in both his personal and professional life and is happy to rejoin the studioWTA team in the summer of 2017. Outside the studio, he finds time to volunteer with local non-profits and enjoy the rich cultural offerings the city has to offer.