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Camila is driven by the impact landscape designers can make on cities and their adjacent ecologies—especially with the urgency of advancing climate adaptation in the urban environment. She gets inspiration from local materials and cultures and is an active listener of the communities and ecologies she works with. Camila has worked across scales, ranging from interior design and residential architecture to public landscapes and city master planning. She takes inspiration from her passion for traveling and immersing into new cultures.
Camila holds a Bachelor of Architecture and Urban Design from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, a Master of Landscape Architecture, and a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where she was awarded two grants to support her traveling research in cultural landscapes and collaborated with the Office for Urbanization.
Camila loves exploring the cultural scene of cities, visiting museums and performances as well as engaging with the local environment through a good hike and camping. Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and now living New York City, she enjoys a good day summer day in the beach as well as the bustling daily life of NYC.