AIA, LEED AP
Carlos Endriga, AIA, has six years of experience in architecture and is a recently licensed architect in Washington, DC. In Perkins Eastman’s DC office, he is a member of the Senior Living practice area, active in the continuing conversation and research on how advancements in technology, combined with the coming of age of a new generation of seniors, will affect how architects design and build senior facilities in the future. Currently, Carlos is a project architect for Ingleside at King Farm, a 390,000 SF multi-phased repositioning and expansion of a life plan community in Rockville, Maryland. Carlos plays a central role in BIM coordination and collaboration between the design and construction teams while also serving as a resource to other project team members in design and visualization. In the office, Carlos is involved in the Digital Practice group and the Makerspace initiative, both seeking to advance the firm’s commitment to the use of technologies in 3D prototyping, computational design, sustainability tools, and virtual reality visualization.
Carlos gives back to the community by being actively involved with the AIA DC chapter’s Architecture in the Schools (AIS) program, where volunteer architects are paired with public school teachers to enrich the learning experience with creative and analytical thinking skills by means of the architectural design process. He has also volunteered with Habitat for Humanity and Rebuilding Together, both organizations that transform the lives of low-income homeowners and focus on the revitalization of communities. Carlos holds a Bachelor’s of Architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design, and is a LEED AP in building design and construction.