Alex Lozano is a Team Leader and part of a creative team for the Miami based firm Oppenheim Architecture. Lozano has intensely worked many years on perfecting digital techniques in order to achieve a sensibility for elegance in architecture and the built world. He has worked on several projects at Oppenheim Architecture which have been recognized for design excellence including the Wadi Rum Resort in Jordan; the Wharf Road Mixed-Use Development in Australia; the Williamsburg Hotel in Brooklyn, New York; and many others. Lozano cultivated his professional training at several firms located in Miami, while developing a design sense based on digital techniques and the natural world. Lozano holds a Masters of Architecture from Florida International University where he was awarded the “Design Excellence Award”. He also earned his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the same institution.
His background includes six years of experience in a variety of project types that include urban planning, mixed-use, custom homes, commercial, retail, hospitality, luxury multifamily condominiums, entertainment, educational facilities, sports arenas, museums and theaters/cinemas. Lozano has lectured in Miami and has taught at several institutions, including Florida International University, where he was an adjunct professor of computer practices in architecture, and Miami Dade College, where he taught computer graphics. Lozano also helped establish 3D visualization courses using Autodesk Maya at Miami Dade College. He is currently seeking his NCARB certification.