Sequius De la Torre

Design Manager

Originally from Mexico, I had the opportunity to live in different cities within Mexico. From a very young age I was fascinated by architecture. I could see that it had its own language through its shapes and colors, that it could tell stories and witness many events and have its own personality. While studying architecture, I learned that it can also transmit feelings and emotions. Pritzker Prize Award-winning architect Luis Barragan said, “I believe in the emotional architecture, it is very important for humanity that stirs architecture for its beauty.” This quote impacted me, compelling me to design every structure so that it conveys beauty and gives identity to its city and place.

One of my passions is travel. I explore a new city by immersing myself in the culture, customs, and traditions of the community. Because I view architecture as a catalyst for connecting people, I seek to blend my architectural concepts with local concepts in ways that improve quality of life for all who use the space.

At 3ten we have no limit to create and provide new ideas for our clients who crave new concepts that identify them and give them authenticity in their projects.

Credentials

Experience

Sequius has more than 20 years of experience in all aspects of the planning, supervision, construction, and design of a project. He is always involved in the design and revision of all areas of his projects, and actively participates in meetings with clients.

Sequius has participated in numerous projects both in and outside of the country e.g., Central Mexico, Mexican Caribbean, Jamaica, Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. he is currently looking to expand his consulting services for RE investors in Mexico.

Education

Sequius graduated from the University Center of Art Architecture and Design (UCAAD) in the University of Guadalajara in 1997, recognized as a top student in his class.

Affiliations

American Institute of Architects (AIA), Intl. Associate AIA

AGC of Kansas

Wichita Manufacturers Association (WMA)

Kansas CCIM Chapter

Hispanics in Real Estate (HIRE)

Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA)