Josue Robles Caraballo graduated with a Masters in Architecture in 2007 from the School of Architecture and Community Design from the University of Southern Florida (USF), USA, where he began his built and spatial research. In 2011 he completed his second masters degree from the Development Planning Unit of University College London, where he focused on community-led urban design on an international scale.As a member of SchenkelShultz Architecture, Mesh Architecture, and Halflants and Pichette, he has participated in the design and development of various public and private projects in the state of Florida. In addition, Josue is an active member of the USF School of Architecture and Community Design, conducting an Advanced Design Architecture Studio for graduate students, as well as an adjunct professor at Seminole State College, where he lectures on Architectural History and Historic Preservation modules. In addition to his professional and academic experiences, Josue continues his personal research on community cultural focused design.
Josue Robles Caraballo - Puerto Rico
I’m quite grateful to be a part of this cross-cultural, professional effort with the community’s interest at the forefront. The effort highly exceeded all expectations that I had as a student researching cross-disciplinary design. Along with all its challenges, the willingness to help the community is still the priority.