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Rozana Montiel

(Mexico City, 1972) Architect. Founder and director of the Mexico-based architectural firm Rozana Montiel Estudio de Arquitectura (REA), an office specialized in architectural design, artistic re-conceptualizations of space, and the public domain. Montiel holds an MA in Architectural Theory and Criticism from the Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya UPC (Spain, 2000), and a BA with Honors in Architecture and Urban Planning from the Universidad Iberoamericana (Mexico, 1998). Her interdisciplinary work has been published in renowned architectural magazines, as well as exhibited in Mexico, Italy, Spain, France, United States, United Kingdom, Germany, and China. She has also presented her work in several editions of the Venice, São Paulo, Rotterdam, and Lima biennials. Montiel is a member of the Editorial Board of the Architecture Magazine Arquine. She has given lectures, courses and seminars on architecture at prestigious universities around the world. In 2020, she taught the workshop "Abundant Scarcities" at Cornell University, and in 2021, at Kent State School of Architecture. Her book UH: Common Spaces in Housing Units was published in 2018 by Arquine.