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Pablo G. Subiotto Marqués

Pablo G. Subiotto Marqués

New York, NY, US

 
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About 

Pablo Subiotto Marqués is a Brussels born European with Spanish, Italian, and German roots. He is an undergraduate student pursuing a dual bachelor’s degree in architecture and public affairs. Pablo is interested in combining an evidence-based approach to policy with experimental design approaches in order to propose creative design solutions to pressing urban issues. He is passionate about his involvement in innovative urban projects which advocate forward-thinking design initiatives, and which are fundamentally rooted in sustainable urbanism, spatial justice, and human architecture.

Employment 

cityLAB UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, US, Fellow

A year long mentorship for outstanding BA in Arch students who demonstrate design excellence, and express interest in and aptitude for design research and spatial justice considerations. Undergraduate fellows split time between project-specific research work and assisting with the core needs of cityLAB: developing communication and outreach materials, presentation outlines, and maintaining cityLAB’s online presence.

Sep 2021 - current
 

Estudio Sánchez Dopateo, Valencia, ES, Architectural Drafter

• Drew and revised plans for the comprehensive rehabilitation of a historic building in the heart of Valencia.
• Attended site visits twice a week and documented the construction meeting minutes.

Jan 2021 - Jun 2021
 

Education 

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles, CA, US, Bachelors, Architecture and Urban Design

This undergraduate major features coursework in three areas: critical studies, technology and design. The critical studies sequence builds a foundation in critical thinking that engages historical and contemporary disciplinary contexts. These critical thinking skills drive the technology sequence with assignments that question emerging technologies, conventional and innovative material assemblies, and the role of architectural representation. Critical thinking is also practiced in the design studio with assignments that introduce longstanding disciplinary questions, engage the social role of architecture, and respond to particular audiences, geographic contexts, and programmatic activities.

Sep 2017 - current
 

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles, CA, US, Bachelors, Public Affairs

The Public Affairs Undergraduate Program provides a multidisciplinary foundation in social science theories, data collection and analysis, critical thinking, and written and oral communication. Students can delve into topics such as social movements and their policy underpinnings, microeconomics and human development, and the use of statistics to inform and persuade. The program prepares our future leaders to immediately and effectively bring about social change.

Sep 2017 - current
 

Awards 

CURRENTS, Award

Group project selected for CURRENTS, an exhibition at the UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design highlighting the best student work from the most recent academic quarter.

2021
 

Judith and Milton R. Stark Award, Scholarship

Awarded by the UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design to students who will be the next generation of creative leaders.

2020
 

CURRENTS, Award

Group project selected for CURRENTS, an exhibition at the UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design highlighting the best student work from the most recent academic quarter.

2019
 

Areas of Specialization 

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