Born in the Caribbean, Dominican Republic, on the 8th of May 1988. In 2010, I obtained a Bachelor Degree in Architecture and later, in 2014, a Master degree in Landscape Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC).
During my early years I worked as Resident Architect/ Construction Coordinator for a number of projects in Central America, including the construction of the squares of the subway stations of Santo Domingo (Second line). Furthermore, currently I have over 5 years of international experience in Architecture, Landscape and Urban Design.
Through my work across Latin America, Europe and Asia, I have had experience in a wide range projects and competitions in diverse scales and scopes for the public administration and private clients.
I am a practitioner and enthusiast of Green Cities, with a profound interest in the management of the urban storm water through the Water Sensitive Urban Design practice. I am also passionate about collaborating and interacting closely with the community on every project, understanding that the people create the places.
Barcelona Tech - Polytechnic University of Catalonia
Landscape Architect at NITA
Joao Nunes, Sasaki assoc., Martí Franch, Peter Walker, Michel Corajoud, others.
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