Barbara Pomilio joins us for her first Portfolio Challenge, even though she has been part of the Architect-US family for a while now. She was able to get work at Supperette Studio in New York City a couple of years ago, and has been working there ever since.
Barbara studied in Buenos Aires for 6 years for her Architecture degree at the University of Buenos Aires. She is now planning on getting licensed in the USA, but already got licensed in Argentina. During her time in University in Argentina, she was a freelancer but you need to balance the different hours needed and the flexibility also means that hours range depending on demand.
Barbara worked for the company that she freelanced for, and was able to work over 5 years with them, which has allowed her to understand how to work remotely. She explains that there are 3 different experiences every architect should have: work at a small studio, work for a star architect, and working in a corporate office.
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In Transparency, the project is aiming at creating an open space for learning and the exchange of knowledge to be promoted across many different interests and areas of study. It is very important to create an open, comfortable, and encouraging space for students to learn and be creative.
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Images by Barbara Pomilio
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