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Bruna Ferreira Montuori

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo (FAU)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Bruna Ferreira Montuori was born in Rio de Janeiro, in 1991. She is a PhD Candidate at the School of Architecture, Royal College of Art in London (2018-present) and is a CNPq Doctorate Fellow Abroad (201660/2018). Her doctoral research focuses on the narratives and spatial practices of the right to the city carried out by the organisation Redes da Maré in the Maré neighbourhood, a group of 16 favelas in the North side of Rio de Janeiro. She holds a Master's degree in Design and Architecture from the Graduate Program at Fau-usp and was a FAPESP scholarship holder between 2017-2018. Bruna graduated in industrial design (product design) with an emphasis on visual communication at PUC-Rio in 2014, with an academic exchange at Politecnico di Milano, Italy, in 2012. She served as president of ABEP-UK (Association of Brazilian Postgraduate Students in the UK) during the academic year 2019-2021. She is co-founder of the research collective ?For a relational design? at Fau-usp since 2016, and Postgraduate Representative of the Participatory Geographies (PYGYRG) research group in the United Kingdom since 2020. She collaborates as a researcher and freelance designer for the Redes da Maré organization (2016-present) working in graphic design projects. She worked as a curator assistant at the 11th São Paulo Architecture Biennial (2016-2017) and as a research designer on projects at the Tellus Institute (2015-2018). (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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