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Sandra Vivanco: Latin America: A New Generation of Women Architects



Tatiana Bilbao, Botanical Garden, Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico, 2006. [Photo by Iwan Baan]

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ABOUT THE ESSAY

Latin America: A New Generation of Women Architects
On Places, a gallery of exemplary works by the rising generation of Latin American women architects.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sandra Vivanco is principal of the San Francisco based firm, A+D, Architecture+Design, and Associate Professor of Architecture and Cultural Diversity at the California College of the Arts.
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