lBanca Garcia Gardelegui is an architect and urbanist based in Geneva. She has worked with pritzker priced architects Herzog & de Meuron, taught Architecture in Bangkok Royal University of Chulalongkorn and collaborated as an architect for the United Nations. She holds an MArch from the School of Architecture of Barcelona.
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