Fernando Rivera

Fernando Rivera

San Juan, PR, US



I'm fortunate enough to have more than four years of professional practice bringing clients dreams and goals to reality. During that time I've worked on diverse architectural project types; from single family residence to hospitality, multifamily housing, institutional.  I've also been able to successfully work on office and health care interior.  Within these projects my involvement has ranged from concept development to the delivery of all phases of design and construction supervision. 


What I love most about the design profession is our capability to bring to fruition our passion along with the dreams and goals of others.  To see both design professional and client rejoice in a completed project.  It's a remarkable experience to be part of a project that has great impact on all those involved from concept to end user. 


I look forward to hear how we can bring together my experience and knowledge with your projects and goals.


Thank you.


The Office of Marvel & Marchand Architects LLP, San Juan, PR, US, Architectural Designer

From pre-design to full construction documents and post occupancy, each project requires different levels of attention.

My involvement is to produce the necessary documents to successfully complete every phase of architecture, interior or urban planning design projects. We continue to deliver each project to the highest standards and to the client's full satisfaction.

Nov 2011 - current

Anderson Mason Dale Architects, Denver, CO, US, Architecture Intern

Jun 2010 - Dec 2010


University of Colorado at Denver, Denver, CO, US, MArch, Architecture and Planning

May 2007 - May 2010


2010 AIA Colorado Award of Merit, Award

This award is the result of the work performed by the group of students at the University of Colorado Denver. During two semester the group design and built two compact buildings that where to become part part of a 23 acre urban farm environment. Each design responded to a particular set of requirements. First a meeting point framed by a simple but remarkable shipping palettes structure. Second a pigmy goat milking station that with clean modern lines and creative use of gabion cages and reclaimed wood creates a unique and special place to teach visitors the process and value of extracting goat milk.


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