Architect and urban planner Lorí Crízel is coordinator of the IPOG Mundi program, which promotes exchange programs for architects and designers who are interested in being trained by renowned architecture offices; in addition to going to technical visits to emblematic construction works and events around the world.
In recent years, Lorí Crízel has personally accompanied groups of professionals interested in unraveling the “architectural secrets” of remarkable works of Humanity.
Each visit is carried out as a guided and open-air class, allowing participants to check on-site the techniques and materials used, in addition to the dimension of works often only known through books. A unique way to absorb knowledge, culture, and art at the same time.
The pre-established itineraries also include technical visits to renowned architecture offices, where the participant has the opportunity to experience the daily life of professionals considered to be a reference in the area.
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