She has devoted her architect’s career to restoration work and teaching at the Universidad Privada del Valle. She graduated with a master’s degree at the Universidad Mayor de San Simón (Cochabamba). She has worked in Cercado Municipality on various restoration projects, notably including the Casona de Mayorazgo house, the Viedma Hospital Chapel, the old Mejillones School or the Colina de San Sebastián. She took part in the FERRO10 congress in Cuba. She was a member of the technical team of Moscoso Arquitectura in various restoration projects, including at the Convent of Saint Teresa, the Casona Mena and Casona Zambrana houses, the City Hall of Sacaba, the Faculty of Social Sciences at San Simón University and the DISU-UMSS building. She was also part of the team that restored Casa Quinta Bickenbach.
Mario Javier Moscoso Villanueva
A former lecturer at the Universidad Mayor de San Simón (Cochabamba) and Dean of its School of Architecture, he has worked in Venezuela, Spain and Argentina, and carried out restoration projects distinguished by the city council of Cochabamba with awards, such as the Convent of Saint Francis, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Viedma Hospital Chapel, the Casona de Mayorazgo house, the Convent of Saint Teresa, the Church of San Pedro Sacaba, the Faculty of Social Sciences at San Simón University and the University’s Social Interaction Office. Other notable projects he has worked on are the construction of the Cochabamba Christ of Peace monument, the Virgin of Urkupiña atrium, the Mariscal Santa Cruz water park, housing for the Lozano family in Madrid (Spain) or the birdwatching centre at Formosa (Argentina). He has lectured in Brazil, Venezuela, Cuba, Mexico, Ecuador and Argentina.