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Fernando Gutierrez

Visiting Tutor

Fernando Gutiérrez is a PhD Candidate at UCL – Institute of the Americas and a research fellow of CONACYT Mexico (474519). He holds an MSc in Sustainable Urbanism from UCL Bartlett School of Planning, and is a qualified architect in Mexico. His current research intersects with three types of urban literature: regeneration, urban heritage and public space, particularly in Mexico. 

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Fernando was a full-time lecturer in architecture and urbanism at Universidad Iberoamericana Mexico City (2015–2019). He has taught various courses in architecture at Universidad Anáhuac México and co-taught the module Urban Politics: Public Space at the University of Toronto (Mississauga). Currently, he teaches various urban design and urban planning modules at the Bartlett School of Planning and the School of Architecture at UCL.

Research Focus and Interests - public space; historic areas; urban regeneration; urban heritage; urban life


From - Mexico

Favourite Place - Any public space that truly welcomes [all types of] people