AHORA is a research and design practice led by Linda Schilling Cuellar (BArch UTFSM 11 and MSAUD GSAPP 18) and Claudio Astudillo Barra (BArch UTFSM 09`), based in Santiago, Chile. Formed in 2020, it looks at extraction economies, with particular attention to the ones in Chile, and asks what will happen after it’s all gone. To realise possible futures led by local communities, AHORA contends that we must understand the transformed landscapes inherited by our current economic value-ways through the lens of what was and what could be.
Author bios are sourced from the last Kerb that each author published in.
They may be quite out of date.