BIO + MORE
I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I studied Architecture in the Universidad de Buenos Aires (FADU). While studying, I worked for various important architects and participated in meaningful seminars in addition to my professional future.
After graduation, I worked as an architectural designer for several architecture firms until I started my own architecture firm, Espacio MADD. Concurrently with my daily practice, I gained experience as an urban designer by working on urban scale projects.
In 2013 I went back to study, attending Pratt Institute in NYC. I finished the Master of Science, Architecture and Urban Design -Graduate School of Architecture- in May 2014.
Soon after, in New York, I was invited to join Vamos Architects as an architectural designer. A year after, I started developing my own projects in New York City founding Spear Head Architecture + Design with a friend and colleague. At the same time I started collaborating with diverse urban & public art projects with Studio Jefre, based in Florida and with international scope. In October of 2015 I moved to Orlando, Florida, an amazingly progressive city that inspired me to found The Urbanizer, a group of community advocates & solutions finders who represent the voice of the entire community. I'm also the Design & Technology Manager of Arch-e-tech, the 'green' division of QCCI, a construction and technology company based in Orlando.
I’m Orlando’s Ivanhoe Village Main Street Design Committee Chair and I serve on Ivanhoe Village Main Street Board.
I was part of Citizen Schools, working as an art teacher in the Unison Schools, NYC.
Bass guitar and Photography are two of my main passions.
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