Carolina Uechi’s inquisitive and collaborative nature enriches the design process, heightening creativity and resolving diverse requirements with integrated, responsive solutions. Her hands-on, explorative approach mines project challenges for unexpected opportunities, often elevating design concepts in surprising ways to enhance value and the user’s experience.
Carolina has contributed to many of Quinn Evans’ significant museum and cultural projects. Her skills in 3D visualization and modeling technology enable design teams and clients to explore ideas and assess designs from multiple perspectives.
Having lived in Argentina, Japan, and the United States, Carolina appreciates the role of architects as allies of their clients’ cultural aspirations. She loves public spaces and the urban context in particular. She believes there is wisdom in diversity, and that our cities, buildings, landmarks, and sites should become avenues for inclusion rather than exclusion.
Master of Architecture, University of Maryland, 2014
Master of Arts: Real Estate Development, University of Maryland, 2012
Bachelor of Science: Architecture, University of Maryland, 2010