Arnaldo Sanchez Nuñez





Courses Taught:

ARAD 101 Fundamental Design Studio I: Architectural Theory and Representation

ARAD 202 Analytical Design Studio II: Adaptive Conservation and Preservation


Educational Credentials:

Master in Architecture (MArch II), Harvard University Graduate, Cambridge, Mass, 2003

Bachelor of Architecture (BArch), University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida ,2000


Teaching Experience:

Pontifical Catholic University, Ponce, Puerto Rico, Studio Instructor, Spring 2011-Present

Polytechnic University, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Studio Instructor, Winter 2007-Winter 2009

University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, Studio Instructor, Summer 2004-Fall 2007

Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, Adjunct Professor, Summer 2006


Professional Experience:

O1A, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, Principal, 2011-Current

ERERAS Arquitectos, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Project Manager, 2008-2010

Daniel Mercado Soto (PE), Aguada, Puerto Rico, Project Manager, 2005-2008

Fuster + Partners, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Architectural Internship, 2004

Caruncho, Martínez and Alvarez, Miami, Florida, Architectural Internship, 2001

Arquitectonica, Miami, Florida, Architectural Internship, 2000



Licensed Architect, No. 19795, Puerto Rico


Selected Publications and Recent Research:

“Patterned Skins” in Proceedings: End of in the Beginning:  Realizing the Sustainable Imagination,

National Conference on Beginning Design Student NCBDS, March 2012, School of Architecture at Penn State Univeristy, p. 334-339.

“Casa Patio 1: Skinned Residential Field” in d3: Dialog >Blur, International Journal of Architecture and Design, New York, Forthcoming, 2012,

Casa Patio 1, Domus Web, Italy, 2011,

Casa Patio 1, Morfae, Greece, 2011,

Casa Manaj + Casa Patio, Contemporary Architecture in Puerto Rico 1993-2010, Francisco Rodriguez, 2010.


Professional Memberships:

Colegio de Arquitectos y Arquitectos Paisajistas de Puerto Rico (CAAPPR)

American Institute of Architects (AIA)

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)