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Maria Fernanda Arellano Chávez




Maria Fernanda is an architect who graduated with honors from ITESM Guadalajara, Mexico with a basic formation in Biology by the UAEM. Awarded with the Frank Lloyd Wright Scholarship, she completed a Certificate Program in Sustainable Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Salamanca, Spain.

During her studies, she developed a great interest in the effects of the built environment on the human mind, especially in people with low vision and difficulty perceiving their surroundings. This led her to study braille and participate in different dialogues discussing the architecture-blindness relationship.

At the age of 23, she became a member of the U.S. Green Building Council when she obtained the LEED Green Associate credential signifying core competency in green building principles. She has worked with Luis Othón, Cony Lupercio and is currently at AE Architects, helping develop different architectural projects at a regional and national level.

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