5 College Students Looking to Reshape Architecture

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Inspired by the likes of Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, and Frank Lloyd Wright, these five student architects are looking to reshape the world of architecture.


Oleguer van der Rivier, in our featured photo, sees life as three things: architecture, traveling and photography. When he’s not studying, he enjoys exploring other cultures, languages and meeting new people.

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Currently studying architecture at Philadelphia University, Javier Villaroel also has a passion for drawing and languages. When he’s not designing, he’s writing poems in English, Spanish and French.

Javier Villaroel

Texas A&M student Veda Vandever is pursuing a degree in architecture and industrial design. Veda enjoys capturing life’s inspiring moments with Instagram and VSCO.


Eric Hofmann, a Catholic University graduate student, has a minimalist and modern eye when it comes to architecture. Eric has studied architecture in 25 international cities and believes that architecture is not a career, it’s a mission.

Eric Hofmann

Adam Perring, a fourth year student at Queensland University of Technology, is pursuing his masters in architecture. Adam has a knack for digital implementation and landscape design.

Adam Perring

Are you a student with a strong passion inside or outside of the classroom? If so, send your updated page to zoe (at) for a chance to be featured on our blog.

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