Isidora Larraín de Andraca is an independent sustainable urban development consultant implementing innovative and participatory tools related to inclusion, eco-efficiency, cultural heritage, and local development in diverse contexts in Malta, UK, Patagonia, Brazil, and Surinam, among others. Isidora is also part of the initial Cities LAB team at the Inter-American Development Bank. Previously, she designed and managed innovative urban/architectural projects in the city center of Santiago-Chile and the Chilean Ministry of Housing and Urbanism. Isidora has been teaching Architecture, Urban Design, and Heritage Management at the Catholic University of Chile (PUC). She has a MSc in Sustainable Heritage from Bartlett, University College London and a MSc in Architecture from the PUC, both with distinction.
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