Blanca García Gardelegui, Architect United Nations Geneva, Visiting Professor Chulalongkorn University Bangkok
‘Micro Infrastructure in the Public Space’, Lecture in English
BLANCA GARCIA GARDELEGUI is an architect/urbanist currently working for United Nations in Geneva. After working during five years in Switzerland for Herzog & de Meuron, developing large scaled projects such as M+ Museum in Hong Kong and Hillerod Hospital in Copenhagen, she has moved to Bangkok to teach Architecture in INDA, in the University of Chulalongkorn. Blanca is interested in the collaboration of different disciplines for the better understanding of architecture and public spaces. She has obtained a grant of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Matadero (Madrid) for a project exploring different collaborative methods of work. She holds an MArch from ETSAB, in the Polytechnical School of Barcelona.