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Michael DelValle

I always loved Legos and other building toys. Then a middle school career test told me I should be an architect.

With a solid design sensibility and a knack for solving complex problems, Michael delights in building a perfect 3D model and seeing his designs transformed into tangible, useful, real-world environments. He leverages perspective gained through summer construction work on single-family, townhouses, and decks throughout college, and honed his visualization skills while helping to measure and 3D model over 2 million square feet of the MIT campus.  

Some of Michael’s most notable projects include Concord-Carlisle High School, Converse Design Lab, 399 Binney Street, and Rosemary Pool and Bath House. A mainstay on the dean’s list in college, Michael was the recipient of numerous academic awards and scholarships at Roger Williams University, including the Thesis Design Award and the AIA Henry Adams Medal for the top ranking graduating student.

Fast Fact
In his element gliding down the slopes, Michael can frontflip on a snowboard.
Roger Williams University, Master of Architecture
Roger Williams University, Bachelor of Architecture