ALFREDO MARÍN GAOS
Partner, Design Director
Alfredo is an Artist and Designer. He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Since 2000, Alfredo has exhibited his art in Puerto Rico, New York, Indiana, and Illinois.
Design Philosophy: "We are all obligated in one way or another to be surrounded by, tortured & bombarded by, bored, inconvenienced by, surprised and perhaps even inspired by a universe of good and bad design decisions during every single waking moment of our lives. This is what motivates me to make things function, look, perform and communicate better. Design, in the best of cases, when well planned, thought & executed, has the ability to improve the way we live and work."
CARLOS VIGO TORRES
Partner, Principal Architect
Graduated from the University of Puerto Rico with degrees in Environmental Design, Architecture, and Urban Studies, Carlos believes architecture should be filled with emotionally rich experiences that defy the expectations of the participant. Along his career, Carlos has worked on multiple projects in Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, New York, District of Columbia, Virginia, and New Delhi. Carlos is a Registered Architect in Puerto Rico, District of Columbia, and Virginia.
KRIZIA DE JESUS RODRIGUEZ
Krizia is an Interior Designer In Training, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Interior Design focused on Sustainable Design from University of Puerto Rico in Carolina. Currently, she is pursuing a Master's Degree in Architecture from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus. Krizia aspires to merge both disciplines, because she believes they fulfill each other by creating an integrate experience through design expressions of function, comfort, and beauty.
REILY CALDERON RIVERA
Reily is an Architect in Training with a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Design and a Master of Architecture from the School of Architecture of the University of Puerto Rico. Also, he held studies on Women and Gender offered by the same Campus. Reily thinks of Architecture as a liberating tool that challenges the socially established precepts in terms of the spaces we inhabit. As part of his commitment to the community and social transformation, he was part of the Student Council of the School of Architecture and the Advisory Body for the Development of Río Piedras. As an advocate of Historic Architecture, he helped in the founding and has served as Board of Governor’s Executive Secretary of the Escuela Taller para la Conservación y Restauración del Patrimonio Histórico de Puerto Rico.