An architect and urban designer from Chile, currently part of the design team for East Side Coastal Resiliency (ESCR) project at One Architecture & Urbanism in the City of New York. Gabriel is a graduate of the M.S. Architecture and Urban Design program at Columbia GSAPP. His most recent work  includes participatory design consultancy for the Center For Court Innovation (CCI) in the framework of the Mayor´s Action Plan for Neighborhood Safety in NYC and the ongoing Postcards From The Border research in El Paso-Ciudad Juarez region. Project funded by the William Kinne Fellows Traveling Prize from GSAPP. 

Gabriel was the co-founder of Susuka, an architecture studio based in Chile and the local brand of Supersudaca in Santiago. Some of his work with Susuka has been published in various international media such as Arquitectura Viva, Domus, Mark Magazine among others. As well as participation in the Chilean Pavilion at the 12th Venice Biennale of Architecture (2012). Other of his professional experiences include architectural designer at 51-1 Arquitectos and Llama Urban Design in Lima, Peru, as well as collaborations with AriztiaLab for the research Santiago Babylon, Better Professional Proposal Prize finalist at XX Bienal de Arquitectura de Chile (2017)