Growing up in Monterrey, N.L. Mexico and Texas, Grace Mendoza's background and culture enable her to provide distinctive insights to architectural design. She has always been interested in the possibility for design to help and elevate communities and how architecture can mediate through many forms, shapes, and scales.
Grace received a Master's of Architecture from Taubman College at the University of Michigan, where she graduated with high distinction and was featured in the Taubman College Student Shows. Grace received a Bachelor's of Arts from Judson University, where she represented NCARB for her class and participated as an Event Coordinator at AIAS And ACA. Before joining Wang Architects, she worked as a project designer in a leading Chicago firm. At Wang Architects, Grace is currently working on the conversion of an old warehouse into a high-performance office space for an engineering firm.
Outside of architecture, her passions include exploring new Coffee shops in Austin, experimenting with cooking, and traveling to new cities.
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