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Ane Gonzalez Lara

    Assistant Professor, Architecture

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Assistant Professor Gonzalez Lara joined The University of New Mexico’s School of Architecture and Planning in 2016. In addition to teaching at UNM, she is a partner at BAT-USA, an architecture firm based in Spain. She has worked within the U.S. and Europe on a wide range of scales and project types. Her undergraduate and graduate course, Seminar on Latin American Architecture, explores architecture and construction methods, broadening the knowledge of design, composition and construction of contemporary architecture. Her research focuses on the tectonics, assembly systems and materiality of contemporary Ibero-American architecture, while also exploring the relationship between space, geometry and materiality through her practice.  


Education

  • Concurrent Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture, Universidad de Navarra (2012)

Research Areas

  • Contemporary Ibero-American Architecture
  • Space, Geometry, Materiality
  • Tectonics

Country Specialization(s)

  • Ibero-America
  • Spain

Latin American Studies Courses

*Latin America-related courses offered during the past three years*

  • ARCH 462/662 Seminar on Latin American Architecture