Enrique Mendoza, Architectural Designer - GKG Architecture

Enrique received a Bachelor of Architecture from The University of Wisconsin Milwaukee's School of Architecture and Urban Planning, and holds a Master of Architecture from The University of Minnesota's Graduate School of Architecture. Where he was ultimately awarded the Sullivan Family Graduate Fellowship, a fellowship that is awarded to students who show evidence of high academic achievement, demonstrate design accomplishments, and show promise in professional practice. Enrique's graduate thesis project, “The Seattle Powerhouse”, examined the viability of a waste-to-energy facility on the edge of the historic industrial district and a nature preserve once occupied by the Duwamish people. Enrique Mendoza envisioned a healthier, more transparent, and resilient relationship between the essential systems of energy production and consumption. Enrique previously interned in the award-winning landscape architecture, urban design, and architecture firm Site Design Group based in Chicago, and currently works as an architectural designer at GKG Architecture a New York-based firm whose body of work critically examines formal and informal commodities of space in relation to its context.
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