Hector Rodriguez, AIA is an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at Woodbury University and East Los Angeles Community College. Hector founded Tecnico, an architectural practice that pushes the envelope in the development of residential and commercial works, including middle-scale housing like Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs).
As an educator and practitioner, Hector believes that we learn best through the act of doing and delights in actively mentoring the next generation of architects. In his spare time, he is the advisor to the Woodbury chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS).
Previously, Hector was the Project Manager at United Dwelling, managing the design, development, and execution of over 30 pre-manufactured modular ADUs. Prior, he was a designer at FSY Architects working on multiple 50+ unit 100% affordable housing projects.
Hector is a graduate of the University of Oregon (M.Arch, Housing Specialization) and Arizona State University (B.Arch), and is a registered architect in California.
University of Oregon (M.Arch, Housing Specialization)
Arizona State University (B.Arch)