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De Do Du

(Member of the Board of Advisors). Architect and preservationist. Professionally educated at the University of Havana (Master of Architecture, 1977, B.A. in Architecture, 1975), the International Center for Studies in Conservation and Restoration in Rome, Italy (Certificate in Architectural Conservation, 1985), the Center for Conservation, Restoration and Museology, (certificates. in architectural conservation and restoration, 1990, 1983, 1982), and the Superior Polytechnic Institute J. A. Echeverria (certificates in urban studies and city planning, 1979, 1980) in Havana, Cuba. Presently Staff Architect with the firm of Chalgub/Lanio Associates in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, with extensive previous experience in architectural preservation with the Department of Monuments and Sites of the Direction of Cultural Heritage of the Cuban Ministry of Culture (as Staff Architect, 1977-1981), and the National Center for Conservation, Restoration and Museology (where he served as Conservation Architect from 1981 to 1986, and directed the Architectural Conservation Department from 1986 to 1988). Taught as Adjunct Assistant Professor in Architecture at the University of Havana (1990-1992), as well as, at several other institutions in Cuba and elsewhere in the Caribbean. Numerous publications and awards in the field of Cuban architectural history and preservation. In his professional work in Cuba he was extensively and intimately involved in the planning and restoration of the historic center of Havana, and has a considerable amount of significant information on this process. Native of Cuba.

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