Tecnológico de Monterrey New Main Library
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
As head of the architecture and interior design practice, Pablo is an award-winning designer who is a leader in Sasaki’s international efforts, with a particular focus on work in Central and South America. His experience encompasses both urban and campus environments. Within an urban context, Pablo has expertise with mixed-use environments and on campuses he focuses on student life and learning environments.
His commissions are characterized by sensitivity to materiality, attentiveness to the relationship between buildings and surrounding landscapes, and making places that respond to their unique culture and context. His approach involves close dialogue with clients, interactive working sessions, and hands-on, collaborative design and production.
Pablo is certified as LEED AP. He holds a diploma of architecture from the Universidad Católica de Cordoba, Argentina, and a master of architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
A colorful gallery exhibit in Sasaki's Watertown office
Building Design + Construction (BD+C) discusses maker culture and the way fabrication is changing the design process at design firms like Sasaki
The American Library Association (ALA) and the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) honored the New Main Library at Tecnológico de Monterrey, MX, as the winner of the 2018 ALA/IIDA Library Interior Design Award for an Academic Library