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Enrique Aureng Silva is an architect. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) in 2012 and has practiced architecture in Mexico and the United States ever since. Currently studying a Master of Design Studies in Critical Conservation at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, his research focuses on the intervention, transformation and reuse of historic buildings in Latin America, especially in post-disaster scenarios. He has expanded his academic interests into the editorial world, as co-editor in three Harvard GSD publications. When not thinking architecture or editing texts, he writes fiction in the form of short stories.

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