Venice Biennale 2014. © Photo by Fabiana Cruz

Venice Biennale 2014. © Photo by Fabiana Cruz

Born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1987. I finished my studies in architecture in 2010, at the Universidad Central de Venezuela, when I've moved to Paris.

Since then I've complete a post-master in Architecture and Urban Design (2013-2015) at the Ecole Nationale d’Architecture la Villette, where I’ve done my degree homologation (2015-2017). I’ve worked as an architect for international artist, Carlos Cruz-Diez, in artistic interventions in public spaces and some interior design projects. More recently, I've worked for international studio, Studios Architecture, developing a Frank Gehry art museum project.

I'm interested in exploring the limits between art, architecture, public space and design. Trough this exploration, I want to encourage people and communities to solve problems of our daily lives. As an architect, I believe that cities are the most challenging environnements that needs that everybody works together to improve our quality lives.

My practice and research is focused on enhancing the “habitat” experience in the larger meaning, that goes from designing objets, ephemeral installations, housing to public spaces.