Rajiv Fernandez, RA, is a licensed architect in the state of New York and is currently freelancing. His professional portfolio ranges from Brooklyn's Barclays Center (SHoP Architects) to a bespoke bar in Omaha and to a bachelor pad in NYC. While at Tamarkin Co. he specialized in residential design and was the lead architect for projects at 10 Sullivan, 550 W. 29th St., and 555 West End Ave.
Rajiv is also the founder and Creative Director at Lil' Icon, a design company to make you think and wink. An array of products is in the works that combine humor, culture, and icongraphic imagery. He is the author and illustrator of 'Baby to Brooklyn' and 'Baby to Big' (Pow! Kids Books), contributor to 'Posters for Change' (Princeton Architectural Press) and his work has been featured in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Publishers Weekly and the MoMA Store among others.
Rajiv currently lives (and laughs) in Brooklyn.
Please use the form below to get in contact with him for graphic and architectural design services.