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Rene Peralta is Director of the Masters Program on Landscape Urbanism at Woodbury University School of Design of San Diego . Rene is co-author of Here is Tijuana (Así es Tijuana), and his career has combined both academic work and professional practice in Tijuana and San Diego for the last 20 years. He is also co-founder of Generica, architecture and […]
Adriana Ramos Hinojos is a graduate from the Urban Design Master’s Program at Arizona State University (2014). “The Border Upstream: The Case of the Parral River” (featured in the BLW on Dec 2014) is her independent culminating project. Adriana is originally from Chihuahua, Mexico, and her experience includes working on open space, residential, commercial and mixed-use […]
Gabriel Díaz Montemayor, ASLA, is an Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at the School of Architecture at the University of Texas Austin. Also an architect, he keeps a small professional practice in the border state of Chihuahua, Mexico, where he has collaborated with private developers, planning institutes, state and municipal governments in multiple projects focusing on public […]
Paola Aguirre has been trained as an architect and urban designer and is also the founder of The Borderless Workshop. Her practice includes urban planning projects working with the City of Chihuahua (Northern Mexico), Utile Inc. (Boston), and campus planning with New York University. She currently works at the City Design Studio at Skidmore, Owings and […]