Mr. Camilo Cerro | American University of Sharjah


Teaching areas

Architecture and Interior Design.

Research areas

In the present context of the rising awareness of ecological issues and the development of emerging technologies, his current research interest focuses on the study of how formal and informal networks can be transformed through an undertone of sustainable technologies, designed to better the quality of life for individuals and communities. With the aim of moving towards a convergence between the built environment and nature, his research proposes a hybrid that grows from ethical design ideas as a process to contextualize design in culture, developing sociopolitical and site-specific ...


MArch, Architectural Design And Urban Planning., Columbia University GSAP, United States, 1997
BA, Bachelor Of Arts In Architecture., Washington University,, United States, 1994

Professional experience

Principal, Architecture And Interior Design, Dharmatecture LLC, NewYork, United States, 2004 - 2020
Project Architect, Architecture And Interior Design, Steve E. Blatz Architect, New York, United States, 1999 - 2004
Junior Architectural Designer, Architecture And Interior Design, Rogers Marvel Architects, New York, United States, 1997 - 1999
Junior Architectural Designer, Architecture And Interior Design, Pompei A.D., New York, United States, 1997 - 1997


The William Kinne Fellows Traveling Prize is granted on the merit of proposals submitted for travel abroad incorporating the study of architecture, including planning and other specialized aspects of architecture., 1 June 1997 - 1 July 1997
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