The Taino Interpretation Center is an architectural project designed around the largest Aboriginal ceremonial Plaza of all the Antilles in the Caribbean in the search of rescuing it from its current neglect and deterioration. This project was designed based on light as an enhancer of spatial qualities. The project deals with a building morphologically connected with the history of the site and a very rich mystical internal spatiality where each one of the spaces is designed in such a way that different properties of light are used to achieve different effects in these.
Young Architect born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Architecture graduate in 2017 at the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra of Santo Domingo Dominican Republic. Winner of three design awards during university studies. Currently a student of master's degree in interior design at the Istituto Marangoni Milano Design School, Milano Italy.
-Winner of the 1st prize on the Architectural design competition “Design your Bathroom” by “La Iberica "- December 2015, La Ibérica".
Project KANTERA (Interior design) - SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
-Winner of the 2nd prize on the National Architectural Design Competition "Visual Identity of the Energy Park –Los Mina" by "AES Dominicana and Dominican Power Partners" December 2016
Project “Monument” - SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
• 3rd prize at the BIENNIAL OF LATIN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES XXVI CLEFA, Santo Domingo Project: Shared City / Shared City (Urban Development) -2016 - LATIN-AMERICA
• 1st prize at the Innovative Design District project for Milan Salone del Mobile 2019, Milano,Italy project: iDD REFRAME -2019