Architect degree dissertation / 2003 / Fine Arts and Architecture Faculty – Universidad Nacional Pedro Henríquez Ureña / Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
(Study of the contemporary dwelling space in the Dominican Republic, and its possible progression from the minimal habitation unit to the residential space of the modern Dominican – related to a global context.)
The project defined with this group of essays and exercises is an abstract object, built as a coherent way of reinterpreting the relations established by a subject with its universe – a new alternative of inhabiting. […] The relations subject-object are built in the intermediate space between their own reflections; this is why contemporary dwelling must incorporate in its core the concept of today’s temporality -our own critical interpretations of the cycles that define our actual needs and existence- which no longer relates with the (spatial) symbols of the traditional dwelling of the 20th century. […]