“Arquitetura é sua própria finalidade (Architecture is its own purpose).” – João Figueiras Lima “Lelé”
Conrado is originally from Honduras and relocated to Seattle in 2016. He has worked on a wide range of retail, office, and residential projects. Conrado is passionate about the role of architecture in improving access and equity through innovative design.
In Honduras, he served as a volunteer of the Colegio de Arquitectos (the primary architecture association in the country) where he helped educate the public about the importance of architecture and how it can shape more livable neighborhoods.
Conrado received his Bachelor’s in Architecture (Licenciatura en Arquitectura) from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras (UNAH) in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Conrado enjoys being engaged in the local architecture community and is currently a member of the City of Seattle’s Major Institutions and Schools Advisory Committee for North Seattle College, as well as AIA Seattle’s International Architects’ Forum.
In his free time, Conrado enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest by bike, hiking with his dogs, cheering on the Sounders, and taking frequent trips to Mount Rainier.