Architect graduated at the Pontificia Universidad Católica of Chile 1985 LEED Accredited Professional 2008
Professor, School of Architecture
P. U. Católica of Chile 1988 – 2001.
In 1989, Alex Brahm forms, together with the designers Gonzalo Castillo, Charles Macdonald and Cecilia Busquets, the interdisciplinary office of Projects "Corporate Projects" which operates in the field of architecture and corporate design. He remained as a partner of that office until early 2000.
In 2000 he founded, together with David Bonomi (Arch. P. U. C. 1987) Marcelo Leturia (Arch. P. U. C. 1998, LEED AP 2009) and Maite Bartolomé (Arch. P. U. C 2001, LEED AP 2009),the architects' study + arquitectos focusing their professional work in the field of Corporate, Real Estate and Industrial Architecture.
This team's work has been exhibited, published and awarded in events, publications and both domestic and foreign biennials (Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, U.S.A., Spain, Germany, and Italy.)
The professional work + arquitectos aims to optimize the constructive capabilities of local industry, to generate maximum programmatic adaptability, to provide flexibility to services and integrated systems in buildings, and to develop an efficient environmental and energy management for the buildings designed.
The architectural proposals of the firm are focused on the quality of the built work, directing experience, creativity and technical experimentation towards constructive and formal simplicity, this understood as a way to extend the formal existence, use and construction of buildings.