rodriguez studio architecture pc
We create moving and meaningful experiences in architecture.
We love graceful, uncomplicated design that just feels right, works right, looks great-now and in 50 years- from a piece of furniture, to a room, to a house, to a city.
Our architecture uses materials in compelling, inventive ways that are practical and transcendent.
We take the particular constraints and limitations of each project to generate opportunities to create great architecture.
We bring together our knowledge of established and new building practices, intense analysis, and systematic compilation of project benchmark data, to bring projects to life- from napkin sketch to move-in.
In 2004, Carlos M. Rodríguez Infanzón founded rodríguez studio to focus on projects in which his clients' perspectives and lifestyles are celebrated by design. Collaboration and interaction are central themes in the studio: the collaboration between client and architect; and the interaction of materials, site, and the experience created.
Prior to founding rodríguez studio, Mr. Rodriguez worked at Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates as a project designer and design team leader for institutional and corporate buildings. Prior to that he worked at Gensler, designing lobby and interior renovations, corporate interiors, and master planning projects. His work with rodríguez studio includes residential projects and office interiors in New York City and Puerto Rico of varying budgets and complexity.
He has been an adjunct professor at the New York Institute of Technology School of Architecture, a guest critic at Pratt Institute, and a guest lecturer at Cornell University. Mr. Rodríguez’s work is often featured in print and online.
Carlos M. Rodríguez Infanzón earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the College of Architecture Art and Planning at Cornell University. He is a registered architect in New York State and Puerto Rico, is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). He was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico.