Luis Lozano Paredes

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Luis Hernando Lozano-Paredes is currently doing his final project and thesis dissertation for the Professional Program in Architecture and Urban Planning at Belgrano University in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Born in Colombia in 1987 he managed outreach for the Model United Nations-ASOBILCA, Cali, Colombia, and participated in the creation of the Bi-Lingual Model United Nations on the same city, as well as the Peace Symposium for Colombian Youth and the UNICEF-Cali Volunteer program.

He moved to Argentina to attend University and finished the Common Basic Cycle of Architecture, Design and Urban Planning at the University of Buenos Aires before pursuing studies in Landscape Design and Urban Planning.

He worked in volunteer activities with the Junior Chamber International, Argentina Chapter and the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS).

He was a blogger for two years working for The GRID at Global Site Plans

www.globalsiteplans.com

He is currently working in Urban Research and Architecture and Urban Management at several academic and private institutions in Argentina and abroad:

Graduate Research Assistant at the Center of Metropolitan Transport Studies of the University of Buenos Aires - Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism.

http://www.cetam.fadu.uba.ar/

Teaching Assistant and Junior Member of the Observatory of Urban Sustainability, Buenos Aires, University of Belgrano - Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism.

www.ub.edu.ar

Consultant for GestiónARquitectura

http://www.gestionarquitectura.com.ar/

Research assistant for UNIGIS International

http://www.unigis.net/

He holds the Bi-Lingual Diploma of the International Baccalaureate Organization.

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  • Work
    • UNIGIS
  • Education
    • Colegio Colombo Británico
    • Paul Valéry University, Montpellier III
    • Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    • Seminario Rabínico Latinoamericano
    • Universidad de Belgrano