Miguel Antonio Otero Fuentes is an architect and sculptor born in the summer of 1986 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. In 2011, he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree of Environmental Design from the School of Architecture of the University of Puerto Rico. In 2014, he acquired a Masters Degree in Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology - School of Architecture. At Georgia Tech, he was awarded the T.Gordon Little Fellowship and was the recipient of the 2013 Portman Prize of Architecture.
Otero Fuentes currently works as a façade designer on a number of local and international projects and is continuously creating and developing his artform in his Brooklyn studio. His work is strongly influenced by and conceptually based in architecture. Through his art, he creates concepts that experiment with material, dimension, number, light, space, and form.