I'm an enthusiastic and ambitious student of architecture who has developed an ability to adapt to multiple situations. Often considered creative and open-minded, I never forget to be rational and analytical when working. Well organized on my own, but always willing to work in a group, I commit to the team and the project with effort and optimism.
During the summer of 2016, I was part of Izaskun Chinchilla's team, where we carried out exciting projects that tried to bring optimism and new dynamics into workspaces and coworkings, such as this one published by Arquitectura Viva.
I studied abroad my 4th year of Architecture at Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture in Paris, where I found myself able to learn about different ways of designing as well as taking an active part in collaborative and sustainable projects and exposition.
I started studying architecture at Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid, a school that has formed my most technical side of an architect, allowing myself to fully understand constructive and structural solutions. Also there, I got to experience two different ways of architecture: rationalism and experimentalism.
Living in different countries and travelling around the globe has given me more experiences and knowledge than those learnt in college.
All this has turned me into a vivid, curious and always willing to learn person. It has also allowed me to learn languages the best way possible: by living them.
Thanks to that I can consider myself proficient in both, English and Spanish as well as having a great level of French.
I believe having the right tools for every specific task is highly important. That is why I always try to keep myself updated. Here you can find some of the programs I am comfortable with at the moment, they aren’t permanent as I’m always learning.