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CAROLINA RODRIGUEZ PEREZ

Plus Architecture, Melbourne

SAY IT LOUD - Naarm Melbourne Exhibitor​
MELBOURNE/AUSTRALIA Designer

Who or what inspires you professionally?

The large community of professionals in the built environment who constantly strive to develop meaningful and sustainable design

CAROLINA RODRIGUEZ PEREZ

Bio:

As an Architectural graduate at Plus Architecture and Environmental Sustainability Design advocate (Member of GBCA), I believe that collaborative work is key to developing impactful design in the building industry. Prior to arriving in Melbourne in 2017, I completed a degree in Architecture with a focus in sustainability at ITESM University in Monterrey, Mexico. I then settled in Melbourne where I completed a Master of Energy Efficient and Sustainable Building at RMIT University.

How did you first learn about architecture and when did you decide that built environment profession was an area of interest for you?

I first learned about architecture at 15 years old, it became an area of interest shortly after. My interest in building design started when I first visited Mexico City. The combination of gothic, renaissance & baroque styles captured my attention

What do you do?

I am currently an architectural graduate at Plus Architecture

What excites you in the work you do?

What excites me in the work we do is that every project is a new opportunity to innovate and find ways to give back to our environment

Who or what inspires you professionally?

The large community of professionals in the built environment who constantly strive to develop meaningful and sustainable design

 

What is your proudest professional accomplishment or achievement?

The large community of professionals in the built environment who constantly strive to develop meaningful and sustainable design

Featured Project Name: 

226 Flinders Lane – Where the Silk Lived

Featured Project Location: 

226 Flinders Street, Melbourne

Featured Project Completion Date: 

TBC

Role in Featured Project: 

Coordination & architectural documentation

Featured Project Description:

The ground floor lobby features a sculptural, monolithic staircase that is visible from street view. This visual interest connects people on the footpath to the ground floor lobby, enticing them to come in and appreciate the form. Not only is it meant to activate the space, but it also adds a new flavour to the popular Flinders Lane strip. Not just making a statement but also a lasting landmark in the years to come.

Photography Credit:

Renders by Gabriel Mendoza, Plus Architecture