Robert Tuñón is a Partner and Principal at Rothschild Doyno Collaborative, an architecture and urban design firm in Pittsburgh.
As a Principal and registered architect, Robert supports clients and communities as they improve their organizations, reimagine their properties, and have positive impacts in their neighborhoods. As a project team leader, Robert promotes collaborative environments where team members and stakeholders can meaningfully contribute to the design process. His emphasis on sustainability, resiliency, and social equity helps individuals and groups as they seek to envision a better future where all can thrive.
In addition to his role at the firm, Robert is the Mayor of Etna, PA and serves as the Board Chair of the Etna Community Organization. As a mixed-race Hispanic person and a dual citizen of the US and Panamá, he is proud to be contributing to a more diverse architectural profession in Pittsburgh. He is a Co-founder and Board member of the Minority Architects of Pittsburgh Scholarship (MAPS) and an active member of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA).