Ignacio Aliaga

Partner, 28 years of experience


Urban Housing and Mixed Use Development - School of Design 

Harvard University, 2000

Hotel Design and Development - School of Design

Harvard University, 1998

Master of Architecture - California State Polytechnic

University of Pomona, 1986

Bachelor of Interior Design - Escuela de Artes

Madrid, Spain, 1976


Architect, TX #16376,  Architect, CA #22331,   USGBC LEED, AP



While with 3D/I and Parsons, Aliaga was responsible for developing preliminary designs and concepts. He also prepared graphic material for architectural presentations and developed design solutions during the production phase of the projects. Aliaga has ample experience in Adaptive Re-use, Mixed Use Developments and Hospitality.

Ignacio has international design experience and has designed stellar projects. He studied architecture in Santiago, Chile, continued his studies in Europe and received his Masters in Architecture in Los Angeles, California. He developed his own practice and served as Planning Commissioner for the City of Lawndale. In 1992 Ignacio was hired to design a new compound for a petroleum company in Aden, Yemen. Since 1995 he worked for 3D/International, which eventually became part of Parsons. He was one of the designers for well-known Hotel Valencia in San Antonio, Texas and Hotel Valencia in San Jose, California.

Ignacio also led the team that won the design competition of a Chapel for the University Health System Foundation in San Antonio, Texas. He has done master planning for US Air Force, several universities, retail and industrial business parks in USA and Mexico. Ignacio was an adjunct professor of Design I for the University of Texas San Antonio. He has been a LEED Accredited Professional since 2003.