He set up his own architecture practice in San Jose, Costa Rica in 2004. Benjamin studied architecture in Costa Rica at Universidad Veritas and later went on to receive a Professional Masters of Architecture Degree from the Rhode Island School of Design, USA. He also holds a degree in Education for the Arts and Design from Brown University in USA and is actively involved as an invited lecturer at Universities in England, USA, and South America. As well as being the executive director of Benjamin Garcia Saxe Architecture, Benjamin is currently also an associate of British architect Sir Richard Rogers in London. He has personally participated in the design of large scale developments around the world; those which include Tower 3 of the World Trade Center in New York City, high end leisure, residential, and office schemes in Europe, Middle East and China; and more recently the design of a residential development in Monte Carlo for the prince of Monaco.
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