Nadyeli Quiroz is an architect and landscape architect. She graduated with Summa Cum Laude honors from a B.A. in Architecture at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). She has two master’s degrees at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) on Landscape Architecture and Design Studies on Urbanism, Landscape and Ecology concentration. She was awarded the Dean Merit Scholarship Grant for both degrees and several scholarships from Mexican institutions.
She is interested in the convergence of public space, nature, and ecology as a means for social justice and the regeneration of ecosystems mediated by human and non-human communities. Her current research is centered in the intersections of space, design, and emancipation on territories of displacement. Currently, she is studying the Rohingya Refugee Camp in Bangladesh. Her work has been awarded multiple times with grants and fellowships at Harvard University.
Nadyeli has worked before with artists, in public office, for developers, as an independent professional, Teacher Assistant at the GSD, and as a Research Assistant in the Laboratory for Design Technology at the GSD. She was a Fellow in the not-for-profit architecture firm MASS Design Group based in Boston. Currently, she is a Research Affiliate at the Lakshmi Mittal and Family South Asia Institute at Harvard University and the 2020 Landscape Architecture Foundation Olmsted Scholar.