Victor Perez-Amado

  • Instructor

  • School of Architecture

  • VPA

Victor Perez-Amado

Victor Perez-Amado holds a Master of Architecture and a post-professional Master of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard Graduate School of Design where he graduated with distinction. Prior to this, he completed a Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Florida.

Perez-Amado has been recipient of numerous awards for leadership, academics, and design achievement. Among these are: Harvard Clifford Wong Prize for Housing Design (2014) for his thesis "Reconciling the Everglades Edge: Proposal for new Floridian prototypical housing and Urban Schemes," ASLA Honor Award in collaboration (2012), ULI/Gerald D. Hines urban design competition for Project "BaYou Commons," and two professional ASLA Honor Awards in Planning and Analysis for "The Bend" at Nashville Design Action Competition and "Multi-Grid" at 69/70 The Spaces in Between: An Urban Design Ideas Competition.

Professionally, Victor has diverse experience working across architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design on a wide range of projects. He has worked with firms such as Skidmore, Owings and Merrill - Chicago, De Stefano+Partners in Chicago, William Rawn Associates Architects, and DiMella Shaffer Associates in Boston. Victor teaches ARC 3 Site Work studios; his design research and studios focuses on the nexus of transportation, hydrology, ecology, housing, and public recreation systems in coastal urban environments.