Modernist architect who designed significant residential areas in Mexico, like the San Cristobal Estates equestrian advancement, Torres de Satélite, and special residential region Las Arboledas. He researched engineering in the Escuela Libre de Ingenieros in Guadalajara, that he graduated in 1923. Then toured Spain and France, where he was released to the books of writer-designer-artist Ferdinand Bac, who became a significant source of motivation for him. He strove to generate “emotional structures” regardless of the functionalism of modernism. His family members was surviving in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, when he was created. He wedded and got three kids. He hailed through the same nation as musician Carlos Santana.