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Patricia Aramburu

Patricia Aramburu

Stockholm, SE

 

About 

Interdisciplinary: Work challenges and stress motive my creativity. I have 4 years professional information experience as designer in Sweden and China. I have study urban planning and urban design in Sweden, architecture and urbanism in Spain, and also two years postgraduate studies
in architecture “advanced studies in Sustainable Urbanism” at The Royal Institute of Art
(KKH) in Sweden. I work best when I learn and research, I enjoy combining theoretical and practical design in all levels. I believe in teamwork and self critic. My profession is my passion and I work
towards broader knowledge. In addition, you can be confident that I’m a designer that gives 100%, this you can confirm by contacting my previous employers.


Restless: Interpersonal relationships are important to me because I value the opportunity
to learn from others. I would generally describe myself as motivated, creative and curious.
I have particular interest in culture, people, sustainability and anthropology but my biggest
devotion is to create; designing a plaza or a brochure, planning a city or an exhibitions,
cooking or knitting, painting or carpentering. I like to spend my time efficiently, doing
things that make me feel good. Travelling, workout, studying or general leaning something
new, takes most of my spare time.


Objective: At the moment I want to join an office that have similar design ambition, that
can give me new challenges, the opportunity to learn from senior designer in a flexible
and interdisciplinary work environment. But most important that encourage my passion
for landscape and urban design. If you see me as a potential and interest candidate please
don’t hesitated to contact me.

Education 

Royal Institute of Art (KKH), PhD, Advance studies in sustainable urbanism

Aug 2007 - Jun 2009
 
Aug 2002 - Jun 2006
 

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), architecture and urbanism

Sep 2004 - Jul 2005
 

Awards 

1 price, beyond oil cities competition (UNHABITAT), 1st Place

2008
 

Areas of Specialization 



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