Albert Escobar joined Peter Tolkin Architecture in 2012. At PTA he has worked on a variety of residential, hospitality, and retail projects including PMCA, Three Stools [Samples], FOLA, and the Branch House in Montecito, California.
As a student at Cal Poly Pomona he was a member of the Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society and he won a number of design awards including first place at the USGBC Los Angeles competition in 2009. In 2012 Albert received the AICP Student Project Award for Applied Research from the American Institute of Certified Planners and the 2012 EDRA Great Places Award for his contribution to the summer 2011 program “An International Collaborative for the Preservation of Culture and Historic Beijing.”
Albert Escobar received an Associate of Science degree in Architecture from Fullerton College in 2007 and his Bachelor of Architecture from California Polytechnic University of Pomona in 2013. He also attended North China University of Technology in the summer of 2011.