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Fernando Iribarren

LEED AP
Project Designer

Fernando is a skilled project designer with more than 10 years of professional experience in all aspects of architectural design. He has worked for diverse firms such as Ayers Saint Gross, where his design and visualization work included projects at major universities throughout the country. The exceptional quality of his designs led to assignments with Sebastian Mariscal and later to RJC Architects where he has worked primarily on the design and visualization of a new $1 Billion-campus for the Navy SEALS.

Fernando has also served as an adjunct architecture and design professor at various universities, including The Catholic University of America, Morgan State University, Johns Hopkins University, and the Maryland Institute College of Art.

Education

University of Utah
Master of Science in Architecture

Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Argentina
Degree and License in Architecture & Urban Planning