Robert Tuñón is an Associate with Rothschild Doyno Collaborative. He provides leadership to the design sketchbook process through the artful construction of narratives that connect clients, collaborators, and communities with purpose. His keen mastery of the intricacies of the storytelling process adds value throughout the development of a project and encourages the emergence of aspirational project goals.
Robert recognizes the capacity of architects to provide a high level of social leadership and serve as advocates on behalf of communities and the environment. With this clarity of purpose he coordinates the annual, office-wide Day of Service that organizes pro bono architectural services to select organizations in order to create positive change within our local community.
Within the firm, Robert promotes a culture of material experimentation and application through project work, education, and the curation of information. He contributes to the ongoing exploration of innovative material resources that support the advancement of excellence in projects.
Robert earned a Bachelor of Architecture from The Pennsylvania State University.