Camilo Rosales, AIA

Camilo Rosales, AIA is an award-winning architect based in Miami, Florida and a Professor of Architecture at Florida International University (FIU).

 Mr. Rosales received a Master of Architecture II from Harvard University, and a master, and a Bachelor of Architecture with Honors from the University of Texas at Austin. Mr. Rosales is a registered architect in the states of New York and Florida. As a practicing professional he has received design and teaching awards from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and his personal work has been published in architectural journals and periodicals worldwide.

 Before joining Florida International University, Mr. Rosales worked with some of the most recognized architecture firms in the United States. He worked with I.M. Pei and Partners in New York; with an SOM/Frank O. Gehry partnership  participating in the winning entry for the Redevelopment of Madison Square Garden; he also worked with HOK and Arquitectonica.

 Mr. Rosales was director of the Architecture Program at FIU and founder of the FIU Ecotourism Council. He has participated in a wide variety of national and international conferences related to environmental issues. He has received over one million dollars in research grants and contracts.

 Mr. Rosales’ academic work is a reflection of his practice which seeks to harmonize nature, culture and technology.