Andres Soria Galvarro is a designer in KCCT's international studio. Through various internships in the DC area, he developed experience with single- and multi-family residential projects, interiors, and urban development. He is most proud of his work in Kinshasa. In his free time, Andres enjoys photography, hiking, and woodworking.
What made you want to be a Designer?
I pursued architecture because I have always enjoyed drawing and making since childhood. I believe as a designer/future architect I have the chance to always exercise my creativity as well as my problem-solving skills resulting in work never being monotonous and always a challenge.
How has KCCT helped you in your career development?
KCCT is my first job after graduating from graduate school and my experience here has been filled with a great professional atmosphere with mentors that always take time to offer guidance. Since I am fairly new here at KCCT, I have been exposed to the various phases of architecture, and Mo (my project manager) has always taken the time to teach and explain topics that I am not well-versed in.
What project are you most proud of at KCCT? Why?
I have worked on a few projects since starting, but I would have to say that I am most proud of our project in Kinshasa since that is a project that I have had the chance to work on since day one.
What motivates you at work?
Something that motivates me is the constant problem-solving that is involved with architecture because I have always enjoyed a challenge.
What is your most-used productivity hack?
I am a big proponent for lists and find that checking off items on a list can help keep me motivated and productive at work.
What do you like to do in your free time? Or hobbies?
Some of my hobbies include photography, hiking, woodworking.
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