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Andrea Machado: An example of success and passion in the world of architecture

 

 

Andrea earned her Diploma in Architecture from the prestigious Rice University in Houston, Texas. During her time at Rice, Andrea also had the opportunity to broaden her academic horizons by studying a semester abroad at the Rice School of Architecture in Paris, France, and a summer in Rome, Italy.

Her professional career took off with her role as an Architectural Designer at Thomas Phifer and Partners in New York, NY, where she worked on the Warsaw Museum of Modern Art project. Her ability to create detailed drawings and coordinate with multidisciplinary, international teams of consultants during museum construction has distinguished her as a leader in her field.

Her dedication to excellence is reflected not only in her professional work, but also in her commitment to her community. Andrea is currently a Mentor at the Architecture League of New York, where her years of experience and knowledge in her field have led her to serve as a guide and role model for undergraduate architecture students in the city of NY. Additionally, Andrea held leadership roles as Logistics Coordinator and Student Director of the International Preparedness and Regulatory Education Program in the Office of International Students and Scholars at Rice University, where she planned and executed important programs that benefited the international student community.

With an unwavering work ethic and a passion for innovative design, Andrea continues to push boundaries in the field of architecture. Her talent has not been left out of the spotlight in the industry and Machado has received awards and recognitions. Importantly, during his internship at MC2 Architects, her team’s design was honored with an award from the American Institute of Architects in Houston for its visionary proposal for a 250-unit residential community, which seeks to mitigate the problems of flooding caused by the impact of climate change in Houston.

During her studies, she was also recognized for her academic excellence. For example, the May 2021 Margaret Everson-Fossi Scholarship was awarded to her by the Rice University School of Architecture in recognition of the best senior design project, developed during her studies in Paris, France. She was also recognized with multiple awards from the Department of Art History, funding research trips to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Cuba, and Rome.

Her inspiring story and her impact on the architectural and artistic community make her a motivating figure for all those who aspire to achieve their dreams.

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