Daniela Alejandra Santibañez Liberona provided us with one of her projects from her time studying at Universidad de Santiago de Chile. Last time she submitted a project called Social Recreation Center, which attempts to revitalize an area of downtown Santiago that was previously an area chosen for a new highway. This time around she is providing us with a project called ELEVATED GARDEN. Her project aims to design and create a kindergarten that includes a connection with nature and is an open space that focuses on promoting collaboration and interaction between the students.
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Daniela more recently was part of the Architect-US Interview Series and you can find the full episode here. She goes into detail about her first thirty days in the USA and how she is adapting to the new surroundings at Inglese Architecture in New Jersey. Now she is working on designing affordable housing and accessible public spaces that are needed in New Jersey.
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Images by Daniela Alejandra Santibañez Liberona
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