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Graduated in Architecture (1994) and in Graphic Design (1995) from the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism of the University of Buenos Aires. He has worked in the field of university teaching since 1990. He is currently an Adjunct Professor by Competition at Architecture Area at FADU (University of Buenos Aires) He is also a Researcher at the Center for Studies for the Conservation of Urban and Rural Heritage at FADU (UBA) since 1998. Member of the International Committee for Documentation and Conservation of Buildings, Sites and Neighborhoods of the Modern Movement (DOCOMOMO) since 2006.
Since 1996 partner of Canda & Asociados, specialised in the subject of urban collective housing, building to date several buildings in the metropolitan area of the City of Buenos Aires. In the field of preservation, those referring to works for the restoration and enhancement of the Basilica Nuestra Señora de Luján, among others, stand out as project teamwork. He has received various awards during his professional career and his works have been published by different local and foreign media. He has also participated in numerous national and international Congresses and Exhibitions and has been on a Jury in different Architecture competitions.
Twenty-five years of university teaching and architectural practice are consolidated in twenty unique, dedicated and precise projects. This round trip path between the work and the classrooms allows a process of constant reflection where constant changes in society, new ways of living and concern for housing and social institutions are incorporated. Each project is articulated as a small craft exercise and an absolute dedication to detail and good construction practices.