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Edgar Gonzalez is a Founder and Principal at Flux Architects.  Mr. Gonzalez began his career in 2005 at Chandler and Associates, a Miami award winning firm where he was mentored by the honorable Jason Chandler, Chair of Department of Architecture at Florida International University.  In 2008, Mr. Gonzalez joined HMD Group where he was responsible for providing design solutions for several commercial projects nationwide which consequently included traveling and touring major metropolitan cities in the United States.  Following his strong foundation in Architectural design, in 2013, Mr. Gonzalez joined the firm Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design, Inc. where he was responsible for overseeing the construction phase of Monad Terrace, the first Miami project by the Pritzker Prize-winning French architect Jean Nouvel.

Mr. Gonzalez earned a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and subsequently a Master of Architecture at Florida International University.  He is a Registered Architect in the state of Florida, LEED® AP Accredited Professional and an active member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Board.  Mr. Gonzalez is the recipient of The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Awards for 2007 Graduate Architecture Student of the Year Award.  Several projects Mr. Gonzalez has worked on have been recipient of The American Institute of Architects Awards, including AIA Award of Excellence for New Construction, AIA Merit Award for Un-built Design and AIA Honors Award for Sustainable Hospitality Design.

With over 15 years of experience in the industry, Mr. Gonzalez has been involved in the design and construction of several multi-million dollar projects, including single family residences, high-end restaurants, mixed-use high-rise buildings, shopping malls, gymnasiums, spas, hotels and retail stores.  Mr. Gonzalez has provided developers with innovative ideas and concepts on how to best develop their properties.  His leadership in energy and environmental design, attention to detail and use of innovative technologies has helped complex projects successfully get built.

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