Matias is an urban designer, researcher, and architect with experience in masterplanning and placemaking with a particular interest in exploring the boundaries between architecture and city-making. He has a broad understanding of the built environment field, drawing from a background in international and multidisciplinary work environments and academia.
He has broad experience working with both public and private sector clients. Recent experience includes projects in the areas of town centre regeneration, mixed-use masterplanning, new garden towns and design coding – including NMDC pathfinders. A passionate advocate of collaborative design, he is always seeking creative ways to engage with key stakeholders and local communities to develop comprehensive solutions to address complex challenges.
Matias joins Iceni after a five-year tenure at Farrells, providing him with invaluable experience in developing strategic masterplans and spearheading urban regeneration projects. He holds a MSc in Urbanism from TU Delft, the Netherlands, where he explored the relationship between big infrastructure and sustainable urban development in Altamira, Brazilian Amazon.