“A production that frankly contrasts from pretensions and rhetoric used by existing works by reconciling international progress and resources through the confrontation of design problematic with unique situations and limited means.”
- Francisco Sales Trajano Filho, Brazilian Critic
DLMA was found in 2013 with the aim of developing and evolve a design philosophy that places the architecture intimately connected to the space in which will be inserted, thus generating benefits in several areas of its site: urban, economic and social.
Holds a Professional Degree in Architecture and Urban Planning (2010) from UFPB, and is a licensed architect in Brazil (CAU A63209-0). Currently works as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Texas A&M University | College of Architecture.