Architect graduated summa cum laude from the Universidad Católica de Chile, receiving the Academic Excellence Award and the Best Final Degree Project Award the year 2009. In 2014 he completed a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design at Columbia University, receiving the Honor Award for Excellence in Design and the Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize.
In 2010 he won the competition for a House for the Pilgrims in the Maipú Temple area. Since then he works as independent architect in projects of different sizes and programs, public and private. In 2012 he becomes partner of Izquierdo Lehmann architects.
His work has been exhibited in Chile and abroad, among them, in the MoMA NY (Young Architect Program, 2015) and in the “Extra-Ordinary” Exhibition (CFA New York, 2016). In 2015 his project House in Futrono was distinguished in the XIX Chilean Architecture Biennale. He is professor of theory and studio at the Universidad Católica de Chile.