academic

2016 | Housing Studio professor at Universidad de Los Andes and Urban Management at Universidad del Rosario. Bogota, Colombia

2013 – 2015 | Masters in Urban Design | University of California, Berkeley, US. College of Environmental Design.

2007 | Teaching for undergraduate architecture students | Architecture Department, Architecture and Design Faculty, Universidad de Los Andes | Projects II, Workshop 4 / Proyectos II, Taller 4: tectónica | Teacher assistant in second year practical course about architectural design related to technical issues. The main exercise was proposing a house with two options of constructive systems: either with structural walls or column framing. Click here to see Projects II course description in pdf | Technical workshop 1 / Taller técnico 1 , second semester 2007 | Teacher in introductory course about structural principles for first year students.

2002-2003 | Undergraduate thesis: Lithurgy Square Veinte de Julio | Director: Daniel Bemúdez Samper | Honored thesis, also selected by the SCA (Colombian Society of Architects) in the 2003 students´ annual. Exposed with the best undergraduate projects presented that year from all universities in the country. | Download written summary in pdf (spanish) from Universidad de Los Andes Library Database

2000-2007 | Seminars attended in Universidad de Los Andes | September 2000: City Lectures: Morphology and Typology, by Maurici Plá | April 2004: Travelling the city, seminar | October 2006: The Urban Project | November 2006: History lessons III: Modern architecture in Brasil, by Rosa Artigas | April 2007: Sustainability lessons I: City, Architecture and environment, by Jaime López de Asiain.

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