Architect / Professor, Universidad de Monterrey
Kazmy Chi Arch (UDEM) M. Arch (UIC), Ph.D. Candidate (UPV)
Kazmy is an architect, researcher and educator, specialized in morphology, form/finding, environmental design and design pedagogy. Her design and teaching approach focuses on finding inputs to create new critical imaginaries contributing to provoke reflections on this transitional moment.
As a PhD candidate she’s researching adaptative pedagogical strategies for a changing world, with a focus on biomimicry and speculative design. At the moment she’s teaching for different universities world wide and holding a research internship for the school of Design at Laval University in Quebec City. This research includes developing pedagogical and practical strategies for biomimicry and discursive design. Kazmy also holds a practice as an architect and interior designer, focused in residential design, with projects in Mexico and Canada.
Sessions at DXC23:
Panel: Creative Climate Action
Lightning Talk: Design pedagogy and the role of the designer in the era of the anthropocene