Alejandro Puentes Amézquita | Architecture + Design + Education
Architect and designer interested in the application of computational methods to address design issues, and in exploring the creative potential of human-machine interaction. Currently he directs Buró Tres, a design practice based in Bogotá and New York, and is a professor of architecture at the Universidad de los Andes. He has directed several architectural and urban design projects, coordinated the planning and design group of Bogota’s Secretary of Education, worked as a physical designer at Local Projects, and was a founding partner of 4H. He has won first places in architecture and urban design competitions such as the Colombian Pavilion for Expo Shanghai 2010, the CAFAM Water Park, and the Music Practice Building at the Universidad de los Andes. He obtained an MPS from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at New York University (NYU), and is an architect with an option in economics from the Universidad de los Andes.