Aida Miron is an architect and artist, whose work is grounded in the fields of architecture,  urbanism, critical theory and the visual arts. Working through mapping practices and research, she explores notions of public space, reconstruction, memory, ecology and human rights.

Aida has an B.Arch. from the Cooper Union Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture in NYC, a Masters from the ETSAB-Escuela Tecnica de Arquitectura de Barcelona, an MFA from the Kunstakademiet i Trondheim-NTNU, and a post-graduate diploma in Urban Studies from the Bauhaus in Dessau.  From 2009-2014, Aida was instructor of the Architectonics first year design studio at the Cooper Union School of Architecture, teaching along Lebbeus Woods. She has lectured, taught workshops, and been a visiting critic at the Ponce PCU School of Architecture-Hunter College NY, OMI International Art Centre, Hudson Valley NY, Arts, Letters and Numbers, the Aarhus School of Architecture, DK, Pratt Institute, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Columbia University Graduate School of Design and Urban Planning, NYIT, Rhode Island School of Design, Parsons, EPF-Lausanne & the IE University-Segovia.

She is a design partner and co-founder of La Casona Garden, a landscape and garden design practice in Miami and founder of Kora Forms, a studio collaboration with artists, architects, and landscape and lighting designers, founded in Gowanus Brooklyn in 2010. She has worked as a designer in NYC, Miami, Barcelona and Copenhagen, collaborated with Buro Schwimmer in Berlin and with Engineers without Borders in Latin America.

She is a member of the National Association of Norwegian Architects, and the Unge Kunstneres Samfund (UKS), the recipient of the BKH grant from Norway in 2015 & 2016, and the Abraham E. Kazan award for Urban Design in NYC. She is based in New York City, Miami, and Tromso, Norway.

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