Oliver Aguilar from "Brother vs. Brother" is one of the contestants featured in the HGTV reality home renovation competition series. He is on Drew Scott's team. Aguilar's strengths include painting, carpentry, creating artwork, power tools and masonry.

Raised in Detroit, Michigan, interior designer and architect Oliver Aguilar works as a project manager and space planner for a commercial firm in Chicago.

A self-described "quirky and free-spirited designer," Oliver earned a bachelor's degree in interior design from Michigan State University and later a second bachelor's degree in architecture at Lawrence Technological Institute in Detroit. He says he is a passionate designer who has worked with many design and architecture companies while also moonlighting as a freelance photographer. Oliver has completed dozens of design projects, including multiple residential, restaurants, hotel lobbies, and retail and commercial venues.

He says he takes a unique approach to create his signature design style by merging art, transitional material and recycled products to make a one-of-a-kind space .


Where does he live? Find out here.

Hometown: Detroit, MI
Current Residence: Chicago, IL

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