Architect, and author of the Bergara Court and Prison project. His COMMITMENT and DEDICATION to the Royal Seminary and to the Secondary Education Institute were unflinching. He was linked to the institution for more than 50 years, from 1846, when he was appointed professor of mathematics, until his death in 1897. He lectured in the Industrial College as well teaching in the Institute, and from 1871 was director of the Provincial Institute of Gipuzkoa, first at its Bergara site and later in San Sebastián.