Felipe Rodríguez is an architect and industrial designer from Bogotá. In the field of urban planning, he worked as a professional in urban management and planning for the Colombian oil company Ecopetrol from 2012–2014, and with Oficina Informal in the winner proposal for the urban concept competition «Medellin 2030 dreamed city» published in a57.org and Plataforma Arquitectura in 2010. As an architect he worked in El Taller de S, a heritage preservation design office in 2011, where he collaborate in projects such as Tibsaquillo building winner of the preservation category in the Colombian architecture Biennale in 2014 and within Juligon Foundation as co-director of the project Centro Redes published in ESCALA magazine in 2014. As a designer his work was awarded in 2011 with the Corona prize.
university of the andes
Urban management and planning
el taller de s
Co-director of the project Centro Redes