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Hugo Carvallo

Hugo Carvallo

Torrance, CA, US

 

About 

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Education 

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Barcelona, ES, MArch, Self Sufficient Buildings

At IaaC, I was part of the Self-Sufficient Studio, and my research project was based on the metabolism of the building/block, and how people can start having a better life without affecting the natural environment and living in total balance and harmony with nature. While at IaaC, I was exposed to new ways of learning architecture, I got to know new and interesting programs that helped me create a hypothesis, calculate data, create parameters, and make a conclusion of my studies. My experience in Spain included neighboring countries such as Italy, France, and England; I also traveled to the Middle East to attend the research trip in Abu Dabhi and Dubai in U.A.E. where I studied ways of sustainability and self-sufficiency.

Sep 2010 - Jul 2011
 

University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA, US, BArch, Architecture

At U.S.C., I developed and improved my design skills, I learned how the building stands, history of architecture, load calculations, important terminology, and many more other important matters in the world of design, architecture, environment, sustainability and space. In 2008, I participate in the Asia Study Abroad Program visiting Japan, China, Cambodia, Malaysia, and Singapore (more than 100 cities visited) in a period of 3 months. I was awarded with many scholarships and grants, thanks to my performance, reputation, and grades. Also, in the same year, one of my works in sustainability was published in the WORK publications at the U.S.C. School of Architecture.

May 2006 - May 2010
 

El Camino College, Torrance, CA, US, Architecture

At ECC, first I took some art classes and learned more about the basic requirements of harmony and balance between the natural environment and the human body using different media. Then, in the architectural department, I learned about hand drafting and sketching living spaces, from interior spaces such as rendering living rooms to sketching perspective drawings of buildings and the urban landscape.
Successfully, I passed my first design class not only getting one of the highest grades in the class, but also getting good comments and reviews from the jury. This achievement helped me to be placed in the second year Design Studio of different architecture programs when I was offered to attend their programs (Sci-Arc, Woodburry, Cal-Poly Pomona, and U.S.C.).
After finishing all these classes, I got my Associates degree in Sciences, and transferred to the 2nd year at the U.S.C. School of Architecture in 2006.

Oct 2002 - May 2006
 


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