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Emilio Dominguez

Emilio Dominguez

New York, NY, US

 

About 

On December 2008 I graduated from the School of Architecture, Design & Urbanism of the University of Buenos Aires, but long before --in 2003-- I had started my professional career, working as a CAD Designer while I was still a student. Since then I have worked with various important architects who transferred me invaluable knowledge and experience while working at RoAA (2005-2007), the Department of Urban Development - Buenos Aires City Government (2005-2007), the School of Architecture - University of Buenos Aires (2006-2009), Horacio Torcello Arquitectos (2007-2009), and currently at Christopher Jeffrey Architects (2010-present).

I describe myself as a detailed, responsible, and productive hard worker, and as someone who is eager to learn from everyone in each and every steps of the architectural design and building process.

The last years I have been acquiring relevant experience working for several architectural firms in Buenos Aires (Argentina), and in New York (USA) where I worked in small-size projects such as houses, stores and small offices; large-size projects such as commercial centers and hotels, and urban projects, as well as many competitions.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Christopher Jeffrey Architects PLLC, New York, NY, US, Architect

Responsibilities included: development of architectural design, planning, and presentations.

Mar 2010 - current
 

Horacio Torcello Arquitectos, Buenos Aires, AR, Architect

Responsibilities included: development of architectural design, planning, detailing and construction documentation, presentations and management of junior architects on projects that include academic buildings, large-scale mixed-use/commercial projects, office buildings, medium sized health care facilities, residential projects, design competitions and a wide range of other program types, as well as client relations.

Jul 2007 - Dec 2009
 

Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, AR, Assistant Professor

Responsibilties included: managing groups of up to 20 students, preparing lectures and presentations for Architectural Design III classes for the Architecture Degree Program at the University of Buenos Aires - School of Architecture. Year long Curriculum.
Architectural III Head Architects: Amette, Sánchez Gómez, Berdichevsky, Lopatín.

May 2006 - Jul 2009
 

GCBA - Department of Urban Development, Buenos Aires, AR, Junior Architect

Responsibilities included: drafting of architectural and urban design projects, working with multidisciplinary teams and producing multimedia presentations of projects such as large-scale urban design, metropolitan transportation hubs, and changes to Buenos Aires code among others.

Oct 2004 - Jul 2007
 

RoAA, Buenos Aires, AR, Junior Architect

Responsibilities included: drafting of architectural projects, planning, detailing and construction documentation, producing presentations of projects such as small-size office interior design, mid-size and small-size residential projects, and design competitions among others.

Oct 2004 - Jul 2007
 

Probaires S.A., Buenos Aires, AR, CAD Designer

Responsibilities included: small design tasks as a part of a larger design, creating sheet layouts and performing quality assurance on drawings and construction documentation on mid-size and
large-size residential projects.

May 2003 - Oct 2004
 

Education 

Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, AR, MArch, Architecture

My architectural education at FADU-UBA (Facultad de Arquitectura, Diseño y Urbanismo - Universidad de Buenos Aires) was actually an integral-design education where students of architecture, graphic, industrial, textile and fashion design were working at the same places, sharing and exchanging visions, ideas and critics while surrounded and inspired by everyone’s work, no matter if it was an architectural model, a graphic design piece or a garment.

After finishing my degree courses I have been fully active as Assistant Professor; this included managing groups of up to 20 students, preparing lectures and presentations, and designing and mounting exhibitions. I found myself not just helping my students to find their own ways to learn architecture, but also learning a lot from them and their vision.

May 1999 - Dec 2008
 

Awards 

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