Camila Huber


Camila Huber is a landscape architect, architect and urban designer with professional practice experience in Rio de Janeiro, New York City, Boston and India. She holds a dual Master of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design from Harvard Graduate School of Design and previous earned her Bachelor of Architecture from Pontifícal Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro. While at Harvard Camila contributed to the Office for Urbanization’s research project “50 New Towns” and was awarded the 2018 Mexican Cities Initiative Research Grant for her proposal “Discerning Mexico’s Digital Divide.” Camila is currently a project designer assigned to Resilient Bridgeport and Maine Camp.