Lucrecia Cocucci serves as a BIM Director at Corbis since 2011, after joining CorbisStudio in 2008 as a Project Architect. An expert at building strong relationships through collaboration, she uses her interpersonal and organizational skills to create custom-tailored strategies for each client.
We have a saying here at Corbis: We’re not afraid of Jetlag. And Lucrecia is truly an ambassador for that saying as she offers a wide range of professional insights gained on assignments in the United States, Australia, Germany, Brazil, South Africa, and the UAE in a full range of projects.
She creates efficient and cost-effective plans that meet or exceed clients’ expectations on projects encompassing mixed-use, office, hospitality, healthcare, and residential.
The multifamily project Brighton in Denver, CO is one Lucre considers a key project.
Lucrecia is efficient and thoughtful, often finding creative ways to maximize clients’ ROI while upholding BIM best practices. Her emphasis on pragmatism does not, however, preclude inspiration. Lucrecia fully appreciates the importance of merging a clients’ perspective with a design studio’s creativity. She is a perfectionist and believes that discovering and showcasing details is what triggers excellent projects.
Pocito Social Life is also a large scale project where Lucre's BIM skills were decisive.
Lucrecia earned a bachelor’s degree from the Universidad Nacional de Cordoba’s Architecture and Urbanism School in 2004. She also received Autodesk Dynamo Training from the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 2015, earned a professional certification in Autodesk Revit Architecture in 2013, received an AC Certificate of Management BIM from the Associated General Contractors of America in 2013, and earned a Motivation, Management and Leadership certification from the Universidad Nacional de Cordoba in 2010. She is qualified as an expert in Revit and holds advanced qualifications in AutoCAD, Navisworks, RCap, and Dynamo.
She enjoys taking long walks in nature with her dogs, and she loves to get involved in creative projects just for the fun of it.