Inspiring Success in Architecture for Small Firms and Sole Proprietor Architects

Sebastian Mariscal

A protege’ of Jonathan Segal, Sebastian Mariscal is making his mentor proud.

From ResidentialArchitect.com

At Sebastian Mariscal’s age, many young architects and designers are still struggling to find their sea legs. They’re chasing small remodeling jobs, hoping to build a track record of success that will bring larger commissions in the future. But while they’re treading water in their fledgling practices, Mariscal is sailing full speed ahead.

A designer, builder, and developer of boutique projects and custom homes in San Diego, the 37-year-old Mariscal oversees a thriving firm with a growing body of impressive work. Instantly recognizable, his buildings stress function and simplicity while exuding an understated luxury in their stainless steel, ipe, and limestone sheathing. For his efforts, he’s amassed a string of local AIA citations and garnered a 2003 Home of the Year Award from Architecture magazine.

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Interested in learning how they’re doing it? Check out Jonathan Segal’s Architect as Developer seminar this August in Washington, DC.

Check out Sabastian Mariscal’s website here.

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