Woodbury School of Architecture full-time faculty member Marcel Sanchez-Prieto, together with Adriana Cuellar of CRO Studio, have been selected for the second time to be included in Arquine’s publication “Mexican Architectures: The Best of the 21st Century”.
Their health assistance module was selected to be published in Volume 6, 2013-2014, of the Arquine book series. “The module is a practical and cost-efficient alternative to strengthen access to health care for the poorer population in hard to reach places throughout the state of Baja California,” explains Sanchez-Prieto.
This is the sixth volume in the Arquine book series highlighting the most prominent projects in Mexico, conducted between 2013 and 2014. The publication provides an overview of national contemporary architecture with the most relevant works for two years. As subsequent editions, this selection accounts for the compositional trends that have shaped the latest architecture of the century.
Marcel Sanchez-Prieto is a full-time assistant professor at Woodbury University San Diego where his research has been focused on the development of design methodologies that expand on geometry as tool for urban sensing and architectural innovation.