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About Laura

Laura has more than 20 years of professional experience in architecture, practicing both in her native country of Peru and the United States, and participating in research studies in Japan. Her design experience has involved hospitality, senior living, and residential architecture, from high-end luxury to low-cost housing projects. She is fluent in English and Spanish, holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Ricardo Palma University in Lima, Peru, and was a research student at the Tohoku Koggyo Daigaku School of Architecture in Sendai Japan. She is a member of Colegio de Arquitectos del Peru and holds a professional registration in Lima, Peru.

Laura is a registered architect in the State of Texas.

Professional Experience

March 2019 to July 2019 - GDA Architects

Dallas, Texas

Position: Senior Associate I- Design Studio 

June 2018 to March 2019.  Algiere Design and Purchasing Services

Position: Senior Architect/Designer

Plano, Texas

2018  Laura Baiamonte, Registered Architect  NCARB

Architectural Design

Plano, Texas

2003 to 2017 THREE Living Architecture

Dallas, Texas

Position: Associate Designer

• Hospitality, Senior Living, Residential

2009-2011 Contract work for:

Looney & Associates – Dallas, TX

Pickard Design – Dallas, TX

THREE Architecture, Dallas, TX

Professional Experience

2001 to 2003 Wadkins and Associates.

Fort Worth, Texas

Position: Architectural Intern III

• Educational, Institutional

1998-1999 Michinoku Sekkei Jimusho.

Sendai, Japan

Position: International Intern

• Healthcare-Senior Living, Educational

1996 - 1998 Constructech S.A.

Lima, Peru

Position, Design Architect

• Multifamily Residential Design

Academic Background

• Bachelor’s degree from Ricardo Palma University, Lima, Peru

• Study Abroad Scholarship -  Research student at Tohoku Koggio Daigaku - Sendai, Japan. 

• Currently taking the ARE tests for architectural registration in the State of Texas.


• English (fluent)

• Spanish (fluent)

• Japanese (basic)

Honors and Accomplishments

• 1987-1992 Ricardo Palma University School of Architecture and Urbanism. Bachelor degree. Lima, Peru

• 1998-1999 Tohoku Koggio Daigaku. Research Student with a full scholarship granted by the Japanese government through JICA (Japanese International Cooperation Agency). Sendai city, Japan

• 1999 Architectural Registration in Peru.

• 1999-2000 President of APEBENI (Peruvian Society of former Nikkei Scholarship grantees) 

• 2018 Architectural Registration in the State of Texas.