Jorge Gomendio Kindelan (1966) belongs to a new generation of European architects have been positively influenced by their contact with some of the leading architects of their time. Following an academic career at the Architectural Association in London, Gomendio spent his early professional days in the office of Richard Rogers at a time where many of its famous early projects came to life. Later on, he took a unique opportunity to work from 1991 till 1995 in Norman Foster’s London office, in the then newly built studio along the river Thames.
Established his studio in late 1995 with one guiding principle; to recognize and understand the need behind every new project or object. Gomendio is of the belief that it is only when one immerses oneself in the problem in hand and that problem becomes patent, that creativity can prevail. The solution to the problem will determine the shape of the new project or object.