Jennifer García uses traditional architecture and the principles of New Urbanism in all her work. Based on careful research, she designs in the context of local architectural details, regional settlement patterns, and the particular culture for each individual project.
Traveling has taught her to immerse herself into each place’s history, culture, traditions, and how they contribute to the range of urbanism and local vernacular. Her daily bicycle commutes reinforce her belief in making living urbanism with livable streets.
Jennifer provides services for not-for-profit organizations, including municipalities and institutions. In March, she helped prepare and participated in the Haiti charrette sponsored by the University of Miami School of Architecture. She contributed her research of both formal and informal Haitian architecture for the redevelopment of Haiti's built environment. She has also collaborated on service trips to Costa Rica, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Thailand.
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