“I believe that through a successful strategy, ideas are conveyed into reality.”
He is a visiting professor and critic at SCI-Arc (Southern California Institute of Architecture) in Los Angeles. He has also served as a member of the alumni board at Universidad Anáhuac in Mexico City, as part of the Master of Excellence in the Architectural Design program. He received his degree in Architecture in 1986 from the same University and was awarded his first prize for the Calacoaya project. After graduating Arturo Arditti was invited to represent Mexico in an international student exhibition at Columbia University in New York City. He is also a photography enthusiast, a field in which he has also been the recipient of several awards.
“I have a true conviction that innovative design creates functional spaces for individuals with a unique spatial sensibility.”
In 1991, Jorge graduated from the Universidad Anáhuac in Mexico City. He continued his education at Massachusetts College of Art, with a focus on computer-generated graphics. He was invited to represent Mexico in an exhibition of young Latin American Architects in 1993 at the Technion University in Haifa, Israel.