Georgina studied Architecture at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, where she obtained the 2nd place National Prize “Gustavo Baz Prada” with the project “Approach of Integral Rural Development in La Pintada, Guerrero”. She attended 19th and 20th Century Art History courses at the Louvre School, and French Civilization courses at the Sorbonne University in Paris, France.
She specialized in Bioclimatic Architecture and Solar Energy at the Autonomous Metropolitan University, and in Planning Buildings for Libraries at the College of Mexico. She has a Masters in Architectural Design from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
During almost 30 years of professional practice, she has developed many types of projects including galleries, hotels, auditoriums, theaters, recreational parks, port terminal studies and urban-communal approaches, including: “The Shipyard: a Park of Light” In Kaohsiung, Taiwan; and “Casa L” and “Praktiko”, both in Mexico. She has also collaborated in research projects including “Narcissus Quagliata, Archetypes and Visions in Light and Glass” published in Germany in 2013.