Flying into JFK as a 10-year-old and seeing New York from the air was my revelation, at that moment I knew I wanted to be an architect. Seventeen years later, I was the Project Manager of an 11-phase project in Floors 48, 49 and 50 of Tower One of the World Trade Center, NYC.
Born in Argentina from Italian, Spaniard and Syrian immigrants, my family too emigrated to the US in the 80s. Motivated by these generational sacrifices in search of a better life, I truly believe that being the best version of yourself is not an option.
Throughout the years, I forged my Inner ROGUE while working at various firms in New Jersey and Colorado. In 2010, I decided to design my own architectural firm and founded ROGUE ARCHITECTURE. The goal was simple, surround myself with people I enjoy spending time with and create durable, functional, and beautiful spaces.
Today, I continue to learn and expand my circle of colleagues and I am continuously reminded that architecture is all about us, people.
Recharging is important to me. Scaring elk in my 1930 Rat Rod or returning home to the gift of my family. Nature hikes and caring for my plants at home allow me to slow down and remember the forest and the trees and how fragile it all is. My family and friends keep me grounded and loved. Recharged!!!