Daniel Moyano

Daniel Moyano

Valladolid, ES



• Masters of Architecture degree, University of Valladolid (Spain).

• 10 plus years experience on architectural design projects, from concept to completion as Design Architect and as Project Architect.

• Experience working across a wide range of scales, from residential units to large buildings.

• Digital design and visualisation skills, plus freehand sketching fluency.

• Ability to work both individually and as part of a team.

• Good organization and communications skills (I speak Spanish, English and Italian).

• Fluency in AutoCAD, Adobe CS, Modo (3d), Maxwell Render and some experience with Revit, Rhino, SketchUp, 3DsMAX...

• Strong passion for Art (Painting and illustration).


I participate in the Architect-US Career Training Program, overseen by the U.S. Government Exchange J-1 Visitor Program, which sponsors my visa and paper work (it would only take 4/6 weeks). 


I am available for an interview (preferably on Skype) at your earliest convenience.


I am looking forward to hearing from you.



DA -AR, Valladolid, ES, Architect

- Design architect, 3d modeling and rendering, construction documentation.
- Several apartment refurbishments in Madrid, Spain.
- Dental Clinic in Madrid, Spain.
- 5 star hotel and luxury apartments in Marbella, Spain.

Jun 2014 - Feb 2015

Martin del Amo Arquitectura y Urbanismo, Valladolid, ES, Architect

-Project Architect, from sketch to completion.
-Dealing with clients, contractors, engineers, etc.
-3D/Graphic specialist (competitions, image development, etc.)
-Site experience.

Mar 2006 - Jul 2013

Mateo Arquitectura, Barcelona, ES, Design Architect

-Competitions, from sketch to final image
-Detail Desing, ongoing projects.

Oct 2004 - Jan 2006

FOA - Foreign Office Architects, London, GB, Design Architect

-John Lewis Department Stores in Leicester - Design Development.

Mar 2004 - Aug 2004


Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Valladolid (ETSAV), Valladolid, ES, BArch, Architect

Oct 1995 - Feb 2004

Areas of Specialization