Joseph Estefanos, Quezada Architecture
Joseph’s upbringing in Alexandria, Egypt greatly influenced his professional trajectory. He loved drawing at an early age, and taking up a career in Interior Architecture helped him expand his canvas. Not satisfied with Interiors, Joseph decided to become a full Architect to have an even greater impact. The idea of creating something that didn’t exist before and leaving a legacy in the world is what drives his passion. Prior to emigrating to the US to complete his Master’s Degree in Architecture, Joseph garnered invaluable training and experience in 3D rendering and visualization allowing him to rise to the position of Lead 3D Visual Specialist for Quezada Architecture. If you were to strand him on a desert island, his must have music would be Pink Floyd’s “The Division Bell” and Elton John’s “Songs from the West Coast”. While he’s extremely happy with his current life, he still needs to travel around the world and become and expert in West Coast Swing Dancing.  
Academy of Art University, Master of Architecture, 2013
Alexandria University, Bachelor of Fine Arts, 2007
American Heart Association Certified
Fluent in Arabic

​American Institute of Architects Students (AIAS)

Bay Area Young Architects (BAYA) 

AIAS West Quad Conference 
Habitat for Humanity