(Lima, Peru, 1981) Architect, artist, and professor. She integrates her interest in learning, space, the body, the dialogue of knowledge, childhood, and the common good into her professional practice as an architect and artist, as well as in her teaching and consulting work. She has a degree in Architecture from the Universidad Ricardo Palma, a Master of Arts in Advanced Architectural Design by the Städelschule Architecture Class of Frankfurt am Main, and a specialization in Biocultural Diversity and Technological Options in Convivial Cities at UNTELS. Currently, she is pursuing graduate studies in Anthropology at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP) and a specialization in Childhood, Education and Pedagogy at FLACSO Argentina. Omonte Miraval teaches at the Faculty of Architecture of PUCP and at the University of Lima. She is a founding partner of DIADIA Arquitectura. She is a consultant for Urban 95, the Ministry of Education and PRONIED, GIZ, and the Ministry of Transportation. She is the coordinator of Urban 95 for the District of Pucusana at the Escuela de Producción de Espacio Público “Barrio y Niñez” with the project ‘Pucu. Camino de encuentros para la primera infancia de Pucusana’ in Lima, and the project ‘Huamanga camina’ in Huamanga, Ayacucho.