About Jorge Javier

Jorge Javier is an architect and urban designer. He has designed houses, museums, offices and commercial buildings, and ephemeral modular structures. Jorge teaches architecture at the Anáhuac University, Querétaro campus, where he coordinates part of the faculty roster and collaborates through strategic alliances with the Association of Collegiate School of Architecture (ACSA). Recently, Jorge became a member of the Citizen Council for Urbanism of the city of Querétaro. He has contributed with comments in the city newspapers and published opinion articles in different international media. He is also studying how concrete is changing our world and pixelisation of architecture.
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