Architecture

Creating spaces which responds to users' minds and bodies as they occupy it is the most significant duty of a designer. Architecture school teaches how to interpret historical, cultural, and environmental contexts – but the most interesting concept to manifest in a space is the human mind. Spatial memory and circulation can guide design as much as any other parti; one must learn from neuroscience and biopsychology and apply these findings to spaces in order to generate meaningful experiences. 

Hospitality

A second passion of Alvaro is hospitality – throughout his college education, he participated in multiple projects at the Statler School of Hotel Administration. The hotel program emphasizes the importance of integrating operations with user experience in order to make a space work for all users, guests and hotel workers alike. Alvaro intends on bridging hospitality concepts with other architectural programs to create memorable experiences for those occupying a space. 

 

Experience

 

Cornell University

Ithaca, New York

Bachelor of Architecture Class of 2015

 

GUILLOT ARQUITECTOS

Tijuana, Mexico

Design Intern 

 

bustamante business center

Baja California, Mexico

Real Estate Intern

 

amorphica

Tijuana, Mexico

Design Intern

HOTEL EZRA CORNELL

Ithaca, New York 

Director of Design Development

 

STATLER HOTEL

Ithaca, New York

Banquets Lead Server

 

CAESAR'S ENTERTAINMENT

Las Vegas, Nevada

Operations Research

 

ACADEMY OF NEUROSCIENCE FOR ARCHITECTURE

San Diego, California

2014 Conference Presenter

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The best part of designing a project is the people involved in the process. Please reach out for any questions or to begin a new professional partnerships with myself and the Rockwell Group. 

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