“Architecture is a tangible language with which we can understand the world and place ourselves in it. It is a narrative that takes shape through different representations of space and tells us a different story every time we change the scene.”
I have always had a great interest in language, not only the various possibilities we have to understand, communicate and transmit to others; but the composition of each language as a system that structures our reasoning and personality. When I made the decision to study architecture, I wasn't even sure what the word meant. I fell in love with the race when I discovered that it is a discipline that goes beyond the construction of physical, finite and limited spaces. For me, architecture is a series of creative and logical processes that are configured as a language and are translated into social and cultural products with which we can identify ourselves as a group and as an individual.
In my opinion, the architecture career is very idealistic, professional life not so much. Housing and the creation of decent spaces ceases to be a human right to become a consumer item. In my career as an architect I have worked in various fields; from construction to interior design and I think I have only managed to find myself as an architect when I take a pencil and paper and try to understand the world, either through words or drawings, but always from this tangible language called architecture.