Certified Architect-in-Training with great skills in urban design and mixed use development, sustainable architecture and passive technologies that both enhance and complement new and existing structures. Highly knowledgeable and keenly interested in construction process, restorative and reuse design, sustainable materials, renewable energy systems, permaculture and industrial design. An analytical thinker; acknowledged for research and investigative talents, inventive and imaginative solutions, and communication capabilities. Focused, creative, and systematic in approach to problem solving.
Technology Snapshot – AutoCAD, Revit Architecture 2011, PhotoShop, Illustrator, Sketch Up, Rhino 4.0, Maxwell Render and Microsoft Office.
Freelance Designer, San Juan, PR, US, Rafael Delgado Sepúlveda AIT
Demonstrate experimental curiosity, high level of technical proficiency and design developing and selling concepts for home use products including furniture design, kitchen cabinets, and most recently wine goblets with the intent of marketing design for industrial production. In addition provide designs services such as graphic design, interior design and decoration.
Adaptable Paths, San Juan, PR, US, Designer/Graphic Designer/Researcher
In collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce of the south region of Puerto Rico and other private and public agencies, weconveyed an exhaustive research of its most important assets. Its purpose was to generate a document that combines written andgraphic design techniques to highlight the regional assets and territorial identity of the south.
In addition, I also collaborated with the developement of the master plan design for two coastal regions in Isabela, a municipality on the northwest part of Puerto Rico.
Escuela de Arquitectura Universidad de Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR, US, MArch, Architecture
Escuela de Arquitectura Universidad de Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR, US, BArch, Environmental Design
Sierra Cardona y Ferrer (SCF) and UPR Student Competition, 1st Place
Sierra Cardona y Ferrer (SCF) and UPR Student Competition for 3rd Year Architecture Students: Driven by energy efficiency, designed terrace for mixed-use property with building integrated vegetation, passive ventilation and natural illumination.