Fernanda Canales

Director , Fernanda Canales Arquitectura

Fernanda Canales holds a PhD in Architecture from the Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid and has been distinguished with several international awards, such as the Emerging Voices Award from The Architectural League of New York. She was named one of the world's "100+ Best Architecture Firms" by the architecture magazine DOMUS and was recognized by The New York Times as one of the 10 female figures changing the landscape of leadership in the world. Her work has been supported by the Graham Foundation and has been exhibited at The Royal Academy of Arts in London, the ifa-Gallery in Stuttgart and the Venice Biennale. Canales is author of the books Shared Structures, Private Space (Actar 2020) and Architecture in Mexico 1900-2010 (Arquine, 2013). She has been visiting faculty at Harvard University GSD, Princeton, Yale School of Architecture and at the Politecnico di Milano.