“Mr. Gonzalez, who has lately emerged as one of Miami’s most influential young architects, is known for the modernist rigor and simplicity of his work but also his imaginative use of materials.”

Raul A. Barreneche, The New York Times, 24 March 2006

“Mr. Gonzalez, who has lately emerged as one of Miami’s most influential young architects, is known for the modernist rigor and simplicity of his work but also his imaginative use of materials.”

Raul A. Barreneche, The New York Times, 24 March 2006

“Mr. Gonzalez, who has lately emerged as one of Miami’s most influential young architects, is known for the modernist rigor and simplicity of his work but also his imaginative use of materials.”

Raul A. Barrenche, The New York Times, 24 March 2006

“Rene Gonzalez has quietly established himself as the architect of choice for Miami’s urbane art lovers. His even-tempered designs have the muscle and smarts to stand up to assertive art-work without stealing its thunder.”

Jen Renzi, House and Garden, April 2006

“Rene Gonzalez has quietly established himself as the architect of choice for Miami’s urbane art lovers. His even-tempered designs have the muscle and smarts to stand up to assertive art-work without stealing its thunder.”

Jen Renzi, House and Garden, April 2006

“While Gonzalez’s work is unapologetically sensual, the architect is equally drawn to his craft’s intellectual side.”

Jen Renzi, House and Garden, April 2006

“While Gonzalez’s work is unapologetically sensual, the architect is equally drawn to his craft’s intellectual side.”

Jen Renzi, House and Garden, April 2006

“While Gonzalez’s work is unapologetically sensual, the architect is equally drawn to his craft’s intellectual side."

Jen Renzi, House and Garden, April 2006

“Architecture is art, and it is craft. With Rene Gonzalez, it is hard to tell where one ends and the other begins.”

Beth Dunlop, The Miami Herald, 26 February 2006

“Architecture is art, and it is craft. With Rene Gonzalez, it is hard to tell where one ends and the other begins.”

Beth Dunlop, The Miami Herald, 26 February 2006

“He takes elements of the natural or manmade worlds, recasts them in ways that are at once subtle and bold, and in the end provides us with a new definition of place.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011

“He takes elements of the natural or manmade worlds, recasts them in ways that are at once subtle and bold, and in the end provides us with a new definition of place.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011

“He takes elements of the natural or manmade worlds, recasts them in ways that are at once subtle and bold, and in the end provides us with a new definition of place.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011

“He takes elements of the natural or manmade worlds, recasts them in ways that are at once subtle and bold, and in the end provides us with a new definition of place.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011

“Critical to the strong sense of space evinced by his work is the formation of light. Without nostalgia, Gonzalez is able to connect with the essence of the South Florida landscape and to create a sense of place for our time.”

Richard Meier, Four Florida Moderns, 2010

“Critical to the strong sense of space evinced by his work is the formation of light. Without nostalgia, Gonzalez is able to connect with the essence of the South Florida landscape and to create a sense of place for our time.”

Richard Meier, Four Florida Moderns, 2010

“Consistent in Gonzalez’s work are flexible thresholds, which designate both garden and building as spaces for living.”

Richard Meier, Four Florida Moderns, 2010

“Consistent in Gonzalez’s work are flexible thresholds, which designate both garden and building as spaces for living.”

Richard Meier, Four Florida Moderns, 2010

“In not so much more than a decade of independent practice, Gonzalez has emerged as a serious force, with something profound to say.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011

“In not so much more than a decade of independent practice, Gonzalez has emerged as a serious force, with something profound to say.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011

“Of all the architects working in Miami today, no one has a greater mastery of materials and their unique uses than Gonzalez.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011

“The architect Rene Gonzalez is both an artist and a craftsman, a master of materials and form. His work achieves its richness through restraint rather then excess.”

Beth Dunlap, Home Miami, December 2007

“Mr. Gonzalez, who has lately emerged as one of Miami’s most influential young architects, is known for the modernist rigor and simplicity of his work but also his imaginative use of materials.”

Raul A. Barreneche, The New York Times, 24 March 2006

“Architecture is art, and it is craft. With Rene Gonzalez, it is hard to tell where one ends and the other begins.”

Beth Dunlop, The Miami Herald, 26 February 2006

“Of all the architects working in Miami today, no one has a greater mastery of materials and their unique uses than Gonzalez.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011

“Critical to the strong sense of space evinced by his work is the formation of light. Without nostalgia, Gonzalez is able to connect with the essence of the South Florida landscape and to create a sense of place for our time.”

Richard Meier, Four Florida Moderns, 2010

“He takes elements of the natural or manmade worlds, recasts them in ways that are at once subtle and bold, and in the end provides us with a new definition of place.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011

“Rene Gonzalez has quietly established himself as the architect of choice for Miami’s urbane art lovers. His even-tempered designs have the muscle and smarts to stand up to assertive art-work without stealing its thunder.”

Jen Renzi, House and Garden, April 2006

“While Gonzalez’s work is unapologetically sensual, the architect is equally drawn to his craft’s intellectual side."

Jen Renzi, House and Garden, April 2006

“Consistent in Gonzalez’s work are flexible thresholds, which designate both garden and building as spaces for living.”

Richard Meier, Four Florida Moderns, 2010

“Mr. Gonzalez, who has lately emerged as one of Miami’s most influential young architects, is known for the modernist rigor and simplicity of his work but also his imaginative use of materials.”

Raul A. Barreneche, The New York Times, 24 March 2006

“Consistent in Gonzalez’s work are flexible thresholds, which designate both garden and building as spaces for living.”

Richard Meier, Four Florida Moderns, 2010

“He takes elements of the natural or manmade worlds, recasts them in ways that are at once subtle and bold, and in the end provides us with a new definition of place.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011

“In not so much more than a decade of independent practice, Gonzalez has emerged as a serious force, with something profound to say.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011

“The architect Rene Gonzalez is both an artist and a craftsman, a master of materials and form. His work achieves its richness through restraint rather then excess.”

Beth Dunlap, Home Miami, December 2007

“Architecture is art, and it is craft. With Rene Gonzalez, it is hard to tell where one ends and the other begins.”

Beth Dunlop, The Miami Herald, 26 February 2006

“Mr. Gonzalez, who has lately emerged as one of Miami’s most influential young architects, is known for the modernist rigor and simplicity of his work but also his imaginative use of materials.”

Raul A. Barrenche, The New York Times, 24 March 2006

“Critical to the strong sense of space evinced by his work is the formation of light. Without nostalgia, Gonzalez is able to connect with the essence of the South Florida landscape and to create a sense of place for our time.”

Richard Meier, Four Florida Moderns, 2010

“While Gonzalez’s work is unapologetically sensual, the architect is equally drawn to his craft’s intellectual side.”

Jen Renzi, House and Garden, April 2006

“He takes elements of the natural or manmade worlds, recasts them in ways that are at once subtle and bold, and in the end provides us with a new definition of place.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011

“While Gonzalez’s work is unapologetically sensual, the architect is equally drawn to his craft’s intellectual side.”

Jen Renzi, House and Garden, April 2006

“In not so much more than a decade of independent practice, Gonzalez has emerged as a serious force, with something profound to say.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011

“Rene Gonzalez has quietly established himself as the architect of choice for Miami’s urbane art lovers. His even-tempered designs have the muscle and smarts to stand up to assertive art-work without stealing its thunder.”

Jen Renzi, House and Garden, April 2006

“He takes elements of the natural or manmade worlds, recasts them in ways that are at once subtle and bold, and in the end provides us with a new definition of place.”

Beth Dunlop, PLUM Magazine, May 2011