Master's in Urban Vision & Architectural Design
Year of Graduation: 2016
Current role: Architect, Barreca e La Varra Architecture Studio
A licensed architect in the Philippines, Catherine Calolot earned her Master in Urban Vision and Architectural Design at Domus Academy in 2016. She is currently working as an architect at the Barreca e La Varra architecture studio in Milan, which designs office, hospitality, and residential buildings.
Before coming to Milan, Catherine worked in her hometown of Davao City as a construction manager, junior project manager, junior architect, and senior architect/consultant for various firms. She also worked in the office of Isidro Ungab, a Filipino congressman, as a political affairs assistant and design consultant for vertical and horizontal infrastructures for Davao City’s third congressional district.
Her interests include travel, running, music, and rowing dragon boats.
“Earning my master’s at Domus Academy was a turning point in my career. I have a more international mindset now, not only in architecture but in all fields of design.”
Explore new territories in product design, technology, fabrication, and construction in Milan, the world capital of design.
Boost your career by earning your master’s in interior design and working with design companies to transform spaces.
Design concepts for private and public spaces and collaborate on architectural projects that define a better urban future.
Learn how to analyse human needs, cultural and environmental factors to plan the design and fabrication of new products.
Work in international teams on projects that re-invent interior & living domains.
Gain new creative and technical skills through the analysis of the urban landscape.
Learn how to master the design process and methods to lead futures-oriented innovation.
Dedicated courses developed together with companies or institutions according to their needs.
Explore technology throughout and apply new design approaches and models to future scenarios.
Experience Domus Academy learning methodology within an intensive, short course.
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