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ev-o-lution can be defined as: the gradual development of something into a more complex and better form.


Since 1995, Tucson Architect, Mariano Rodriguez has maintained this philosophy and expands on it to create a finish product that is unique in design yet practical for the needs of his clients.


Mariano aspires to create, to transform and to reflect his own style. Architecture has allowed him to achieve such a goal. 

Mariano uses the best of architecture to give presence and delight to the way his clients want to live. His conversations with clients inspire and prioritize his designs’ embrace of plan, proportion, light, views, site and craft as well as practicality, maintainability and cost. 


This close collaboration allows him to take a clients ideas and needs, mix them with his own design interpretation and evolve them into a one of a kind project.


A project that will be in harmony with its
surroundings.  A design that will expand
the client’s vision.   A solution that will be unique, an Original.

Our work has received numerous honors including:

"Mariano took our chicken scratch of an idea and made it blossom into a beautifully proportioned, elegant and timeless contemporary classic home. We are very happy with Mariano’s sense of design, knowledge of materials and vision. We are eager to work with MAR again on our next project." Angie and John Brayton Owners Stonecliffe Custom Homes, Inc.

I have loved working with Andrea! We lived in our home for 7 years with white walls and no sense of decor. We needed to replace some worn out furniture and organize our living and dining rooms and finally choose some paint colors. Andrea gave us several design options and color choices and helped us figure out what we really wanted our home to feel like. She made sure to keep sentimental items in the final design and work with many pieces that we already had so that our home still feels like us although it looks so much better than we ever imagined it could! Thank you Andrea!

Hilary P.