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Ana Gallego Palacios

Ana Gallego Palacios (b. Cáceres, 1977) has a PhD in Architecture —specialized in urban planning— at the School of Architecture, University of Corunna ETSAC, Spain. Her doctorate thesis is titled “Grapevine Architecture in the Entre-Douro and Minho Region. Phenomenology and Landscape.” Several postgraduate courses in ephemeral architecture she has been attending over the last years in different Universities include “Architecture and Craftwork”, School of Architecture, University of Barcelona UPC – TSAB and also “Representations of the City” and “Architecture in Finland”, TKY-TKK, University of Technology of Helsinki _Architecture and Urban planning Department, Finland).

Her main researching interests are Phenomenology and landscape, Vernacular Architecture, Green public space in cities, Architecture and crafts and Architecture education workshops for high talented children.

From a playful perspective, architecture workshops for children are conceived to promote creativity and imagination, fun and spontaneity, empathy and personal relations, and the body becomes a place of perception.

Alongside Pascuala Campos de Michelena and Soledad Bugallo Chouciño, she has published the book: A Árbore na Cidade: catálogo-proposta para protección do arboredo no casco histórico e proximidades. A Coruña.