Fernando Jauregui is currently studying architecture and urbanization at Ricardo Palma University in his hometown of Lima, Peru, where he’s cultivated a romantic philosophical understanding of architecture as much more than designing buildings. Fernando strives to create designs that activate the senses and induce emotions.
His interest in learning more about contemporary mountain architecture and integrating environmental surroundings into design, as well as his affinity for clean, modern lines, drew him to Farmer Payne Architects. He also wanted a chance to live, play and adventure in Jackson Hole’s beautiful mountain landscape.
When he’s not working, Fernando enjoys snowboarding, reading and traveling. The warm nature of the Jackson community had made it one of his favorite places to explore.