Bachelor of Architecture | Universidad San Francisco de Quito - Quito, Ecuador | 2011
Master of Architecture | Georgia Institute of Technology - Atlanta, Georgia | 2017
Master of Science in Architecture | Georgia Institute of Technology - Atlanta, Georgia | 2018
Architecture, Design, Construction Technology, Digital Fabrication, Assembly, Representation
Roberto Bucheli is a graduate Core I studio instructor in the School of Architecture where he focuses on teaching digital skills to incoming students. He received a Bachelor of Architecture in his hometown of Quito at Universidad San Francisco in Ecuador and both Master of Architecture and a Master of Science in Digital Design - Fabrication at Georgia Institute of Technology.
Currently, Roberto is practicing at a local firm, BLUR Workshop, working primarily in the hospitality market. During the past year and a half, Roberto has been instrumental in the development of several projects which include a 35-story tower in Downtown Miami, a prefabricated mixed-use complex in the U.S. Virgin Islands and the master plan of a mixed-use development in Colorado.
A couple of Roberto’s notable built projects include a Custom Cast Glass Brick Façade Wall which is LED Programmable and remotely controlled, along with a Moiré Pinup Wall which visually reacts to the movement of persons walking by; both permanently installed in the Hinman Research Building at Georgia Tech.
2019 - AIA Georgia - Design Excellence Award – Hinman Courtyard Installation
2019 – AIA South Atlantic Region - Student Design Award – Hinman Courtyard Installation
2018 – New Centerra Masterplan Competition – 1st place
2018 – AGA – In Studio Made Competition – 1st place
2017 – Selected to participate in the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism – Project: Seoul Accelerator
2017 – AIAS CRIT Live Symposia – Student Presenter
2016 – Portman Prize Studio Design Competition – 2nd place winner
2014 – Government of Ecuador – Well Living Daycare Design Competition, Public Tender – 1st place