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IEET > Contributors > Wilfredo Méndez

Wilfredo Méndez

Since the completion of his Master in Architecture degree at 2010, Méndez has been deeply committed to the research and development of innovative building’s technology which fits to the unique characteristics of the Caribbean context. Fostering the image of an architecture scientist, Mendez currently leads a biomimicry-based design studio at the School of Architecture of the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico. He also is project designer at Ramirez-Gonzalez Studio currently researching on regenerative architecture for resilient environments. Wilfredo Méndez was recipient of the AIA Henry Adams Award for distinguished work and merits during the M.Arch studies. Also, he was recipient of the Jaime Cobas Award for Best Thesis Research of the School of Architecture. During its Bachelor of Environmental Design he was recipient of the Dan-El Viera Oliveros Award administered by the Association of Architects and Landscape Architects of Puerto Rico.



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"Transtectonica: Filling Cities with Monsters"   Ethical Technology  Dec 4, 2012

"Structuring Biomimicry, Improving Building’s Resiliency"   Ethical Technology  Jul 23, 2012

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