Lucia Tahan established her architecture practice in 2013 focusing on independent research at the intersection of architecture and politics and the construction of alternative housing for private clients. She studied Architecture and Urban Studies at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Polytechnic University of Berlin and Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem. She has created installations in Fukuoka, Lyon and Berlin showcasing political complexities and her work spanning UX design, translation and architecture has been internationally awarded and exhibited.
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