Andres Camacho

Andres was born in Bogota and raised in Miami. After graduating from the University of Florida, he attended the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he received his Master of Architecture. Andres’ career has been shaped by the diverse environments, cultures, and methods of making he has been immersed in while working for notable firms in Zurich, Mexico City, Miami, Seattle, and Los Angeles.

Previously a woodshop instructor and CNC technician, Andres has a knack for fabrication and can often be found contemplating objects. Andres teaches design studios in the college of architecture at Illinois Institute of Technology.

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Harvard Graduate School of Design
Master of Architecture, 2019

University of Florida
Bachelor of Design in Architecture, 2015


Illinois Institute of Technology, College of Architecture
Adjunct Professor, 2022- Present

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, School of Architecture & Urban Planning
Adjunct Professor, 2021-2022

Harvard Graduate School of Design, Design Discovery Program
Architecture Faculty, Summer 2019

University of Florida, School of Architecture
Teaching Assistant, 2014 -2015


Systems Upgrade: (Re)Fabricating Tectonic Prototypes
Edited by L. Asensio Villoria & D. Mah
Digital design and fabrication project titled “Helical Light”

Platform 10 : Live Feed
Edited by John Lott & John May
Projects titled: “Possibility of Island”, “Kandor Architecture”, and “Helical Light”

About Andres

Outside of work, Andres enjoys watching premier league and gator football, running, reading poetry, and trying every meal Chicago has to offer.