Cesar Tarazona, from Peru, is an architect and MCH'2009 participant. After MCH studies, Cesar worked in Barcelona with Willy Muller Architects, and he is currently the principal of INSITU Arquitectos, in Peru. Nowadays, he is also a regular professor of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Peru (PUCP), one of the most relevant institutions of architecture in Latin America.
Last week, our MCH Director José María de Lapuerta went to Peru to be part of the architectural projects final jury at the School of Architecture and Urbanism of PUCP.
We are always proud to see that our MCH Alumni are doing a great job and we love to stay in contact with them, especially in academic and research issues. Congratulations Cesar!