Nathaniel Mallari

Nathaniel Mallari

San Diego, CA, US



Integrated design that spans communities, disciplines, and generations.  Impactful designs that involve elaborate research which aims to redefine the way we view our built environment.


B. Arch graduate with excellent AutoCAD, 3-D modeling and rendering, physical model building, teamwork, problem solving and management skills.  Well versed in architectural concepts, principles and practices applicable to the full range of duties concerned with planning, design, renovation, and the construction of such structures as commercial, mixed-use, residential, industrial and institutional facilities.  Able to adapt traditional techniques or evolve new ones to solve complex architectural, planning and civil engineering issues, including the ability to apply the latest technological advances in “green design” to an overall project.



Latitude 33 Planning and Engineering, San Diego, Land Planner

Land Planner with five years of experience with master plan, small to large-scale residential, commercial, institutional, and mixed-use projects. Experience includes working during planning, design and construction phases. Duties include the preparation of specific plan graphics, digital renderings, digital mapping, slope analysis, design guidelines, environmental research and analysis. Worked with various architects, engineers, project managers, client agencies, local government and local community organizations. Performed work both in and out of the office. Off-site work includes site-inspection and analysis, and pre/post construction documentation.

May 2007 - current


Duke University, Durham, NC, US, MArch, DEL-MEM Masters of Environmental Management

Aug 2012 - current

NewSchool of Architecture + Design, San Diego, CA, US, BArch, BArch

Degree: Bachelor of Architecture
Minors: Technology (Sustainable), Art / Design

Thesis: “Redefining the Urban Stadia”
The purpose of this thesis is to create a design solution that dissolves the borders and integrates the design of stadiums with their urban context. The strategy for this project utilizes the urban fabric as a means to make changes to this building type and to find a better solution for the incorporation of stadiums in urban design. Locating the stadium in a downtown urban setting will allow the design of the stadium to incorporate current growth patterns into the final solution. In order to lessen the impact on the urban context various environmental factors were considered, such as using existing infrastrure, alternative energy sources and the management of project materials.

Jun 2003 - Jun 2008


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