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About DOMA



Adriana David is an architect from Mexico City. She holds a Master in Design Studies (Art, Design, and the Public Domain) from Harvard GSD. Her work lies at the intersection of architecture and the natural world. Her research focuses particularly on Food Sovereignty as a mechanism to restore the broken bond between human beings and nature. She is continuously exploring
multidisciplinary approaches to engage with environmental health through public space.
Her recent projects include LIMBO urban seedbanks, a choreography for a more-than-human world, a performance dinner on the impact of today’s impact of agribusiness on food, and a set of tools to achieve Harvard’s Food Sovereignty for the future. Adriana is a recipient of the Harvard Mellon Urban Initiative Grant (2021).



adriana@doma.mx