Fátima integrates design thinking with meticulous attention to craft, culture, and context.
Fátima has been involved with a variety of projects, including the award-winning renovation of Harvard University's historic River Houses and the Paulson Center at 181 Mercer, a large mixed-use building for New York University. She is currently serving as the principal architect on the University of Pennsylvania's Stuart Weitzman Hall.
Fátima has been an influential mentor to new hires at the firm and as an educator at Temple University and elsewhere. Fátima helped formalize KTCI, the firm's Community Involvement group that offers pro bono design services. She also spearheaded a collaboration to create a graduate-level design studio focused on designing a visionary school in Puerto Rico, where she is from, to build resiliency following the devastation of Hurricane Maria. Fátima received the 2019 Young Architect Award from AIA Philadelphia, which recognizes a registered architect between the ages of 25 and 39 for remarkable contributions in leadership, practice, and service.