Graduated as an architect from Universidad Ricardo Palma. Participated in a stage at the Institut Supérieure d’ Architecture de La Cambre, in Brussels. Was awarded with the Gold Medal at the World Forum for Young Architects in 1993.
Has worked as an independent architect since 1990, with an emphasis on the execution of projects in the fields of architecture, urban planning and interior design.
He is currently the main professor of Architectural Design at the Faculty of Architecture at Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC).
His professional trajectory includes conferences in universities and institutions both in his country and abroad, the publication of specialized books and articles, and frequent distinctions in contests.
Founded ARQUIDEA (www.arquidea.org) developing works of public relevance and been prized in numerous contests.
Its work has been published in specialized magazines and books of Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, England, Hong Kong, Italy, Mexico, Paraguay and Peru. In 2006 was chosen by Wallpaper magazine among 25 innovating architects.
In 2008 he was awarded at the XIII Biennial of Architecture of Peru winning the First Place for the design of Playa La Isla House and the Indoor Pool of Franklin D. Roosevelt School. In 2012 obtained four prizes at the XV Biennial of Architecture of Peru.
Since 2010 directed TECTURA, International Congress of Latin American Architecture.