- Lecturer, The Design School, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Maria de los Milagros Zingoni has been teaching undergraduate and graduate design studios in the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture since 2005.
She is originally from Argentina, where she received her profesional degree and License in Architecture from the Universidad de Flroes and her professional degree in Habitat Design from the Escuela de Diseno en el Habitat both in Neuquen, Patagonia, Argentina. In her spare time she studied law as an extramural student at the Universidad del Comahue, Rio Negro, Argentina. She also holds a Master degree in Urban and Environmental Planning from Arizona State University.
Milagros practiced architecture before moving to the US and she continues to work in her private practice remotely from the US. Her research work has been presented in England, Canada, India, and South Africa.
Milagros is a strong advocate for giving back to the community. She is passionate about the role of design professions in children infrastructure. She has volunteered in many public projects and is currently serving as a Board of Directors for two non for profit organizations: Everlasting Marks and Mesa Montessori, she is also volunteering as a member of the Urban design Collision for Open Space for Pinal County.
Stanley, B. W., A. Golub, M. Zingoni, W. Warman and C. Solorio. 2015. Chapter 11: Retrofitting the cul-de-sac in suburban Arizona: A design proposal. Pp. 217-240 Retrofitting Sprawl: Addressing Seventy Years of Failed Urban Reform. University of Georgia Press. Athens, GA. ISBN: 978-0-8203-4819-3.