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Blanca Alvarez Rojas

Visiting Instructor

Interior Design
School of Design

Blanca is a passionate and creative Interior Architect with a minor in Art History, a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD Atlanta). Her exceptional dedication to her field is evident through the two ASID awards and the prestigious Best Research award she earned at SCAD.

With over 4 years of experience and having completed over 100 projects, Blanca has been a valuable member of the Everest team, serving as both a Drafter and Lead Designer. Her role at Everest has allowed her to actively contribute to the design and execution of numerous projects, further honing her skills and expertise.

Blanca is renowned for her ability to transform blank spaces into extraordinary and aesthetically pleasing environments. Her work is not only visually striking but also deeply committed to sustainability. She has conducted research on vernacular architecture of the Southwestern Region of Spain, exploring the rich architectural heritage of the region, as well as delved into Biomimicry Theory for the repurpose of existing structures.

Blanca’s creative vision, combined with her focus on sustainability and commitment to academic and professional growth, positions her as a notable and forward-thinking Interior Architect in her field. Currently, she is actively engaged in ongoing research to find innovative ways to incorporate sustainable practices into architectural structures.

B.F.A Interior Design; Savannah College of Art and Design

M.S Construction Project Management; New York University