Fernando Sordo Madaleno de Haro
Architecture Director

Fernando Sordo Madaleno de Haro was born in Mexico City in July 1991 as part of the third generation of architects in the Sordo Madaleno family. Following the family tradition, he chose to study architecture at the Universidad Iberoamericana Campus Santa Fe, graduating with honors in 2014 for his valuable contributions and performance during his studies.

Since 2012 Fernando has been closely involved with the everyday work of Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos where he began as a Junior Architect, then as Project Leader and now as Architecture Director.

He has been part of the architectural design team on numerous projects of different typologies, such as the New Mexico City International Airport competition, El Zafiro residential in Jalisco and built project such as Alcazar de Toledo residential in Mexico City, the façade of the Palacio de Hierro department store in Querétaro and the Massimo Dutti flagship store in Mexico City which was awarded a “Special Prize” for its exterior design in the retail store category for the North America region of the UNESCO's Prix Versailles.

The innate architectural design skills that Fernando has consistently displayed have served him to develop and lead several projects currently under construction such as Sunscape in Cancún, Aldea Zamá in Tulum, Minas 71, Versalles II and Vista Hermosa in Mexico City.