Victor H. Navarro, AIA, NCARB, approaches architecture through a collaborative process called Emergent Design. His work engages discussions on social and environmental issues, and evokes a hybrid of research, rationale, and intuition, resulting in unique design solutions.
Born in Chile into a military regime, Victor’s family fled to the U.S. in the late 70’s for 10 years and returned after democracy was reinstated. He began his architecture studies at Universidad Central de Chile and later obtained an M.Arch and B.Arch degrees with honors from Lawrence Technological University in Michigan.
His specialties include single family residential, multifamily mixed-use, restaurants/hospitality, retail, and education.
Victor is also a faculty member at Newschool of Architecture and Design and co-authored the book Social, Growing and Expandable Housing in a Border Community.