Roberto’s inquisitive nature was fueled by working beside his dad pouring and finishing concrete building foundations. Watching solid form develop into a living structure, he wondered who masterminded this transformation. From an early age, he wanted to learn all the elements behind how a house is designed and built.
Roberto began working at 42° North in 2019 and subsequently earned his master of architecture degree.
“Working at a smaller firm has given me one-on-one contact and access to the architectural designers gaining “real world” skills that greatly accelerated my knowledge. Once a design is finalized, I specialize in creating detailed and descriptive construction drawings, and thrive on the freedom of aesthetics I have here.”
School focused Roberto’s efforts on creating experiential spaces for people; this dovetailed neatly with how 42° North approaches every project. “By listening to each client, we discover what their lifestyle is, and what they love and what they don’t, so we can create spaces that become very influential and impactful for them. We are designing a home that will create memories for their loved ones, grandkids, and generations to come.”