Personal blog of Patricia Sendin, founder of Send a City, architect for 18+ years and ephemeral landscape events planner.

Patricia holds a Dipl.-Ing. degree in architecture and urban planning from the TH Darmstadt in Germany.

She has worked 11 years as an architect at Pritzker Award Winning Richard Rogers Partnership in London and a few more for other practices in Florence, London, Frankfurt and Paris, where she started her career working on World Bank-funded infrastructure projects in Africa.

Her key projects at Richard Rogers include the Madrid Airport (RIBA Stirling Price 2006) and the Leadenhall Building (aka the Cheesegrater), London's iconic skyscraper with pre-certified BREEAM Excellent Rating.

Moving from state-of-the-art architecture to meaning, 2011 she set up Send a City to contribute to the transformation of rural areas, home to 75% of the world's poor. Send a City has developed an Integrated Basic Framework to provide under-resourced rural environments with the tools to trade, connect and thrive.

You can follow Send a City in Facebook and Twitter. This blog focuses more on the exploration of unusual spaces and on events that somehow feel different.

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