Lyndon L. Garcia
A native of the Philippines, Lyndon Garcia attended the University of Houston's Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in architecture in 2002. While attending the university, he had the opportunity to study abroad in Saintes, France, a city an hour north of Bordeaux, for a semester. Lyndon led a team in an international competition that challenged participants to revitalize an old port town located in Trieste, Italy; his team placed an astounding second. Before Lyndon joined Jackson & Ryan Architects, he worked for Richfield Investment and then MC2 Architects. Since he began with Jackson & Ryan Architects in 2007, a majority of the projects he has focused on have involved youth centers and schools. He enjoys all types of architecture because each project is different and incorporates a unique set of challenges that he is able to continuously learn from. Lyndon was named an Associate at Jackson & Ryan Architects in 2013. Outside of work, Lyndon spends time with his wife, Thuyen, and their two children.