Eduardo was born in Buenos Aires, and grew up in the forests of Argentina, becoming exposed to nature's gifts from the earliest age.
Eduardo is the son of Eduardo R. Orue Sr., Successful Entrepreneur and Procurer of the most exotic and strongest hardwoods on the planet.
Eduardo, currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Science in Architecture with Specializations in Tectonic Studies, Form and Culture, and Arctic Engineering, has spent his free time helping in the family business, Brazil Eco Trading – South America's premier hardwood flooring procurer. Brazil Eco Trading works primarily from New York City, Boston, Belem, and Corrientes. Eduardo has taken on the role of managing procurement within the United States, making these products readily available to the North American Market. Brazil Eco Trading takes pride in being able to acquire any and all species of wood that are available in South America at the lowest prices.
Taking an interest in the unique aspects of nature, he was drawn to the peculiarity that is the arctic, and has engaged in research of all aspects. From investigating engineering capabilities in permafrost, to magnetospheric substorms, in hopes of becoming thoroughly equipped to design in these areas, being able to take into account even the last detail.
Since March 2010, Eduardo has had the opportunity to become involved in a leadership role within the Boston Church of Christ. Teaching and spreading awareness of Biblical Christianity within Universities in the Greater Boston Area. When traveling to the Arctic Circle, he has taken the opportunity to organize missionary evangelistic work, combining his two passions.
Eduardo continues to nurture his love of nature through his research, applying his knowledge to advance the industry's ability to build in the most harsh climates while taking the time to teach and instruct many in the teachings of the Bible.
, and especially fond of, Design specific to the Polar Regions. For a great deal of my life I've had a special interest in these areas, inevitably leading to applying my expertise.
I have noticed that many people bind themselves to what they've learned instead of binding what they've learned, to themselves. What we do, I believe should be dictated by what we know, but often time (that is, most of the time) we end up thinking small. Many people I've met in the past few years have expressed what they would have loved to do, or their ideal job, or they tell me an idea they had but then added that it was "not really doable". There is another type of person I keep running into, and for one reason or another, they ended up applying their knowledge to a field that was supposedly unrelated, and they've come up with the most marvelous things. Pure creativity. Our disciplines can be applied to other fields, and in the spirit of creativity: Think outside your box.
Climate Change, Polar Regions, Geoengineering, Architecture, Industrial Design, User Interface.
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