Ana Londono

Ana Londono

New York, NY, US



I am a recent graduate from Pratt Institute with a Bachelor of Architecture looking to gain more experience at an architecture firm with an emphasis on quality and design. My interests span across a variety of scales from small user-oriented objects and furniture to landscape and urbanism while maintaining a focus on the users interaction within and between the space designed. I find myself most interested in projects that blur the boundary between exterior and interior and the possibilities found in that space for architecture. 

Being part of a team is something I enjoy, both in terms of generating and executing ideas, and I find that collaborative projects yield more room for discovery and reward. I am passionate about creating experiences through architecture.

I am:

  • Highly proficient in AutoCAD 2D, Adobe Creative Suite, and 3D modeling software, along with rendering, including Rhino, SketchUp, with V-Ray and Maxwell and have taken an introductory course on Revit, but I am continuing through independent learning.
  • In possession of strong organizational skills, focus, capable multi-tasker and ease working in teams both leading and following instructions.
  • Motivated and responsible, I take great pride in my work and will put forth my maximum effort in any and all tasks assigned, including learning DOB procedures, the NYC Building Code, and Accessibility Guidelines.
  • Detail oriented and value presentation, good design aesthetics, and graphic cleanliness.



plan b arquitectos, Medellín, CO, Summer Intern

■ Construction details for a residential project.
■ Attend construction meetings for rural school project and document progress, corrections, and update drawings.
■ Build schematic models for upcoming projects.
■ Participate in the conceptualization, design, and visualization of the firm's installation at the 2015 Chicago Architectural Biennial.
■ Manage and update the firm's website through its re-imaging including drawings, models, competition entries, and sketches.

Jun 2015 - Aug 2015


Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

■ Latin Pratt (2011 - 2012)

Participated in the fabrication, curation, and installation of the 'Breaking Borders' exhibit showcasing emergent Latin American architects with an accompanying symposium featuring Kenneth Frampton, Ana Maria Duran, Giancarlo Mazzanti, among other notable guests.

■ Latin American Architecture Lab LAAB (2015-2016)

Part of the founding group of student led discussions regarding the current state of Latin American architecture. Participated in weekly meetings with presentations of different offices and projects as well as organized visits by notable architects such as Luis Callejas and Fernando Romero to the school.

Aug 2011 - May 2016

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