Guadalupe Gonzalez

Project Manager II
“Good design should always improve people’s lives.”


From an early age, Guadalupe has been interested in various forms of art. Her mother was an artist and as such was a major influence. Surrounded by a creative environment, she began exploring different art expressions such as drawings, Illustration, Photography, and Ceramics. The discipline of architecture resonated with her because it combines a little bit of everything she is passionate about.

Guadalupe studied Architecture in Buenos Aires, where she’s originally from, before continuing her creative journey in Chicago. Venturing East to New York, she worked in a boutique firm focused on high-end residential projects. Guadalupe then continued her career in Los Angeles, working for Marmol Radziner on residential and hospitality projects.

Guadalupe approaches each new project with attention to detail and a perspective tailored to their own specific needs. She enjoys playing with different techniques and materials, maximizing resources while delivering impactful and well-designed spaces. The key to her project management style relies on finding creative solutions to respond and adjust to any particular condition.



  • Bachelor in Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism of Buenos Aires University (UBA)


  • ‘Urban Planning’ Teaching Assistant at the University of Buenos Aires
  • Research on Building Energy Certification and Regulation in Argentina (National Institute of Industrial Technology)


Guadalupe loves to travel. She finds it invigorating to experience a new place for the first time. Seeing different cultures and realities adds to her awareness of the intrinsic things that connect human beings.