Alejandro is a licensed architect from Spain. He is currently a post-professional Master of Architecture II candidate at Harvard GSD. While at Harvard, he is taking advantage of his program’s flexibility to pursue interests that have awoken during the course of his education and professional life such as real estate, leadership, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Alejandro strongly believes that new opportunities can emerge from the intersection of historically disconnected disciplines.
His entrepreneurial spirit has led him to found his own technology/advertising startup in 2014. In the last years, he has worked in Mexico, US, and Spain. During the summer of 2016, Alejandro traveled to the Yucatán Peninsula as part of a team to study and develop guidelines and tools to encourage the conservation of cultural patrimony in the urban landscapes of the Yucatán Peninsula.