Armando Luna

Armando Luna

Coral Springs, FL, US



"Derived from the uniquity of one's own imagination is the endless evolution of ideas with the power to surpass the limits of reality. This is known as Design.

The offering of safer solutions for the world of tomorrow through implementation of emotional regulation and social interaction by way of Design, is defined as Architecture. "

                                                                                                                                            -Armando Luna





KZ Architecture, Miami, FL, US, Intern

This was a High End Residential firm in Miami. I was able to oversee client relationship with the Design Principal as I assisted in construction documents and design graphic presentations.

May 2014 - current

Remarque Magazine, Davie, FL, US, Editor

Was in charge of choosing, editing and laying images from the architecture department.

Jan 2014 - Jul 2014


Florida Atlantic University, Fort Lauderdale, FL, US, BArch, Upper Division School of Architecture

Working to earn a Professional Bachelor's Degree in the Upper Division program since Fall of 2012

Aug 2012 - current

Palm Beach State College, Boca Raton, FL, US, Architecture

Initiating my architectural studies at Palm Beach State College for my lower division work, the professors taught the students to think critically and creatively.

Aug 2009 - May 2011


MCAD Super Studio, Other

Exhibition of my Design work at the Miami Center of Architecture and Design, hosted by the AIA


Annual Design Charette, 2nd Place

Two day design competition held at Florida Atlantic University


Creative Projects Symposium, Other

A presentation of the conceptual idea of the Orbital Hotel, done as an animation using Maya 3D


Annual Design Charette, Honorable Mention

Two day design competition held at Florida Atlantic University


Remarque Magazine, Honorable Mention

Publication in Remarque Magazine displaying Student work of Architecture and Design


CMU Competition, 3rd Place

The assignment was to design a low income shelter for the homeless using CMU as the primary material of choice. The location chosen was in downtown Fort Lauderdale and the program was meant to provide the homeless with dormitories and bathroom services as well as linking it to a storefront building where they would take advantage of employment opportunities.


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