Student
Alexander Wiegering

Alexander is a Peruvian architect with a genuine interest in giving the city back to pedestrians. He has recently worked in the Center for Advanced Urbanism, identifying successful community-led affordable housing projects in Latin America. Graduated from the PUCP, after attending programs at the ETSAM and Architectural Association School of Architecture. He is Co-Founder & Director of La Fabrica Design Lab, a collaborative design platform that explores the role of architecture and urbanism as a mediator between people and the city, using multidisciplinary and participatory processes, and critical design thinking. He previously worked developing Metropolitan & Distrital Urban Regenerations for Peruvian cities, Urban Mobility Plans for developing settlements and Planning the Legacy for the Pan-American Games 2019 in Peru.

Areas of Interest
Civic Participation, Community Development, Community Planning and Economic Development, Graphic Representation, Healthy Communities and Active Living, Housing, Landscape, Latin American Architecture, Transportation and Mobility, Urban Design, Visualization

Education

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Profesional Degree in Architecture and Urbanism, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Peru
- 2011
Exchange Program, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. ETSAM
2009 -
Visiting Program, Architectural Association School of Architecture

Academic Experience

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Unit Tutor. LIMAPOLIS 2015, PUCP
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Guest Lecturer. "Investigacion y Representación Proyectual", PUCP

Professional Experience

2012 -
Urban Designer & Project Manager, LLAMA Urban Design & Creative Consultancy
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Co-Founder & Director, La Fabrica Design Lab

Awards

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Jose Miguel Bejos Fellowship, MIT
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Department of Architecture Graduate Fellowship Scholarship, MIT
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Chevening Award, Chevening UK
2012 -
Sustainable Technologies, Social Impact and Development, PUCP
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Archprix Nominee, PUCP