Arq. Myriam B. Mahiques
Bio: Myriam B. Mahiques is an architect, graduated from Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires (FADU) in 1986. She has collaborated in many Studios and Construction firms, developed projects and constructions as independent professional, also competitions and exhibitions in the area of Architecture and painting. In the Academy she has been chief of practical exercises at the chairs of architectural design Goldemberg and since 2002 to 2004 in Grinberg chair. She has been a researcher for the Institute EFUR (Function of Urban Evolution); researcher for FOINDI (FADU), unit “Technology for the Megalopolis” and “Technology in primitive man”. In 2001 she was assigned the fellowship NuevaTec, from the Ministry of Education and Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism, to investigate the subject “ Urban Morphology and Fractal Design”. Currently she is a researcher in the same field and is Ad honorem researcher at the Laboratory of mathematics and design, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism of Buenos Aires. She is Associated Editor of World Architecture.org and has many publications and presentations in national and international symposiums.