Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, he began his interest in design and the arts while training at the San Juan Students Art League developing his strong background in painting and drawing. In 1997 Pérez Rosselló began studying at the Cornell University School of Architecture Art and Planning graduating with honors receiving the Silver Charles Goodwin Sands Memorial Medal. After graduation Pérez Rosselló started practicing architecture in the state of Texas. In June 2005 Pérez Rosselló received his advanced degree in architecture from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design. While at Harvard, he won the Union of International Architects (UIA) planning competition for the new design of the City of Beirut. After Harvard, he returned to San Juan to work for Sierra Cardona Ferrer Architects as a Project Designer concentrating on planning, hospitality design, institutional and oﬃce buildings, transportation and residential developments. At the same time he was a design professor at Escuela de Artes Plasticas. Iván Pérez Rosselló is licensed architect in the state of Texas and holds a certificate of National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB). His work has been published in numerous architectural journals and shown at a variety of galleries and museums in the United States. In 2011 Pérez Rosselló became Chief Architect of Miniwiz a global company that concentrates in innovative sustainable products and design. His role at Miniwiz is on developing new strategies in researching, developing and implementing green materials in the design of buildings and cities. Pérez Rosselló also represents Miniwiz in Latino America.