Jorge Flores

Project Designer

“Imagination is more important than knowledge” - Albert Einstein

“Every person deserves the chance to live a healthy, productive life” - Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Jorge is an Aztec Mexican born in the state of Morelos, but he primarily grew up in Brooklyn, NY. He’s a graduate of The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, where he earned a 5-year Bachelor of Architecture in 2017 as a Gates’ Millennium Scholar. After graduating, he relocated to Seattle to be closer to his foster-family. He enjoys wandering through cities, honing his mechanical art skills, and searching for good deals on eBay.

Jorge joined Rolluda Architects in the spring of 2018. He’s currently working on the development of the Filipino Community Village project adjacent to the Beacon Hill neighborhood. He’s also collaborating with a former Cooper Union classmate to develop and manufacture an architectural model for an upcoming exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art in NYC.