Architect and urban designer, Clara Goitia, joined Brandon Haw Architecture in early 2018. Her most recent work includes a new 26-story technology-based office tower project in Pittsburgh’s emerging strip district. Clara has also helped lead the schematic design for a mixed-use 52-story hotel and residential tower in Mexico City’s bustling Reforma Avenue.
Prior to joining BHA, Clara was a Project Architect at Rafael Viñoly Architects where she worked on a mixed-use residential tower project in New York’s Upper East Side. As a designer at Rottet Studio, she was also coordinating Architect of Record working alongside Foster + Partners in the construction administration process for the Comcast Innovation and Technology Center, a recently completed hotel and office tower in Philadelphia, PA.
Clara holds a MA in Urban Design from Columbia University where she won the Lucille Smyser-Lowenfish Memorial Prize for her community design proposal in Kumasi, Ghana. She obtained her professional Bachelor of Architecture degree at the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico.