Krizia Diaz

Krizia Diaz

San Juan, PR, US



Since starting my studies in design, I have been part of a community that thrives on a profound understanding of how creations, big or small, have an impact on how people live their lives. Architecture, design and the built environment provide a setting in which I can seek a balance between the efficiency of a structure and its aesthetic elements; and also a place where imaginations can run wild. 

The knowledge and experience I have gained throughout the years allows me to communicate ideas and concepts to team members or clients in a way that ensures appropriate solutions. I thrive on making the most of being a strong team member and leader while solving challenges creatively for the most productive output. Ceasing to learn new ideas and technologies is not an option for me, as architecture is a field that flourishes on the present.  



Clark Richardson & Biskup (CRB Caribe) Consulting Engineers & Architects, San Juan, PR, US, Junior Architect

May 2012 - current

Tapia Fernandez Arquitectos, San Juan, PR, US, Junior Architect

Jan 2012 - Apr 2012

Architectural Studio, PSC, San Juan, PR, US, Intern Architect

Entry-level Architect for commercial projects in schematic design and construction documents phase. Tasks include space planning and design, verifying code compliance, preparing final drawings and documentation, coordinating with consultants, shopping for products and creating schedules, among other administrative duties.

Oct 2011 - Jan 2012

University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR, US, Teaching Assistant

Teaching Assistant for the Building Technology, Building Structures and Design Departments with tasks that include organizing workshops and critiques, exam correction and class scheduling, among other administrative duties.

Aug 2009 - May 2011

ERERAS, Arch, San Juan, PR, US, Design Team Member

Design Team Member in the Thyssen Krupp Elevator Architecture Competition for a Dubai Monument. Tasks involved working with the design development, drawing production and scaled concept models. It also required generating the 3D model and final renderings, and preparing the graphic design for the presentation boards.

Aug 2008 - Aug 2008

Otto Reyes Casanova, AIA, San Juan, PR, US, Intern Architect

Intern Architect for the graphical documentation of historical buildings in Caguas, PR. Tasks included constant site visits for data and measurements recollection, on-site sketching and photo documentation, visits to the town’s official archives which required working with delicate documents and final production of as-built drawings.

May 2007 - Aug 2007


University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, PR, US, MArch, Architecture

Outstanding Thesis Recognition


>>AUGUST 2010 - AUGUST 2011 Thesis
Branding as an artifact: theoretical writings and investigation on city brands and their integration with tourism marketing on a local and international level.

>>AUGUST 2009 - MAY 2011 Course Electives
PMI: Ethics, Regulations and Project Management; CSI: The Architect and Services during Construction (CCA); CSI: Construction Documents (CDT).

Aug 2009 - Dec 2011

University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, PR, US, Bachelors, Environmental Design

Summa Cum Laude


>>OCTOBER 2007 Washington, DC
Solar Decathlon volunteer in the construction and final presentation of the University of Puerto Rico’s solar house for the sustainability competition.

>>JANUARY 2007 - MAY 2007 CERO Design and Build
Designer and Construction Worker in the development of a concrete, wood and
rebar installation with construction drawings and fabrication manual.

Aug 2005 - May 2009


Top Of the Class in the Design, Building Stucture, Building Technology, Theory and History Departments, Award


Summa Cum Laude Recognition, Award

Recognition for being the third person in the 40 years of the School of Architecture of the University of Puerto Rico to achieve this merit.


Headquarters for the San Juan International Film Festival, 1st Place

This was a studio competition in a joint effort with Rice University.


Areas of Specialization 


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