First place winner of the 2016 Biennale of Architecture, in the publication category. It is a leading guide in its field. It explains the most used restoration processes, as well as the transformations that need to be for done for each restoration including the type of existing damages, among other things. This was done for Puebla’s Heritage Conservation Directorate of the State Council for Culture and Arts.
Puebla was the main office for the “ Second meeting of the restoration of schools, workshops and their range of action. ” Approximately 14 countries presented their achievements and advances surrounding topics of patrimony, technology, management, and financial sources. To create the identity of this event a color pallet was selected to pursue recognition as well as become a symbol of the work accomplished by the students, which was done with their heart, where it is always present Latin America.