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Architect , educator

Joseph Pubillones, American architect, educator.

Background

Pubillones, Joseph was born on May 21, 1963 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of José Enrique and Lietty Julia (Raventós) Pubillones.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University Miami, 1988. Master of Architecture, Syracuse University, Florence, Italy, 1990.

Career

Professor Concordia University, Montreal, 1991-1993, University Montreal, 1991-1993. Architect, principal Diseño, Coral Gables, Florida, 1993-1995. Architect Bridges, Marsh & Carmo, Palm Beach, 1995-1997.

Architect, design director The Pandula Architects, 1997-1998. President, principal Palm Beach Architectural Group, 1998—2000. Architect in private practice Palm Beach, since 2000.

Adjunct professor University Miami, 1989-1991, 93-95. Curator exhibit Glyptotheca Miamensis, 1990, Cities of the Caribbean, 1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Art and architect editor Palm Beach Magazine, since 1996. Author: (catalog) Havana 1900, 1993. Contributing editor Classics Chronicle, 1992-1993.

Membership

Board directors Cuban Museum Arts/Culture, Miami, 1989-1994. Academy lecture moderator Miami-Dade Community College, 1989-1991. Member Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach, since 1997.

Board directors City of West Palm Beach History Preservation, since 2000. Member American Institute of Architects (associate), Society Architectural Historians, National Trust for History Preservation, American Society Interior Design.

Connections

father:
José Enrique Pubillones

mother:
Lietty Julia (Raventós) Pubillones