Armando Hernandez joined studio Tim Campbell in the summer of 2014. Prior to joining the office he worked for the Art Center College of Design and various Architectural design offices in Los Angeles. Having over ten years of experience in Experimental Design, Master Planning, Educational, Commercial and Residential projects, he believes that the learning process is never ending and has been excited to be a member of the team at Studio Tim Campbell.
Armando received his Master of Architectural Design in 2003 from the University College London, Bartlett School of Architecture under the direction of Sir Peter Cook. In 2002 he received a Bachelor of Architecture from Woodbury University Burbank, California. He is currently in the process of obtaining his professional license.
Armando’s travels throughout Mexico, USA, Europe, and having lived in London, England, have influenced his views on architecture, art, and society. The ability to see, experience, and live among different cultures has helped him understand people’s needs within the built environment.
A native of Los Angeles California, he has been part of the motorcycle/ car culture and has been rebuilding restoring and customizing vehicles. This has influenced his understanding of design, manufacturing and assembly of components which has directly translated to his understanding of how architecture works.