Juan Antonio Bueno
Juan Antonio Bueno, Ph.D., is Professor of Landscape Architecture at Florida International University.
Dr. Bueno served as the founding Dean of the College of Architecture and the Arts, Dean of the School of Architecture, Director of the School of Design, and Director of the Graduate Program in Landscape Architecture. He completed his graduate education in landscape architecture at the Graduate School of Design of Harvard University and his undergraduate education in engineering at the University of Miami. He is a registered landscape architect and professional engineer in the State of Florida. His research addresses the landscapes of south Florida and tropical America, as well as the theory and history of landscape architecture and urban design. Professionally, his practice involves the planning and design of gardens, patios, plazas, parks, greenways, and communities. He shares his professional practice with his wife, the architect and landscape architect Teresita Falcón, at the Coral Gables firm of Falcón and Bueno.
He is Distinguished Alumnus of the Landscape Architecture Program at Harvard University. He has won national and international design competitions and has received numerous awards from the American Society of Landscape Architecture for design projects, visionary work, teaching and research, and service and communications. His work has been widely published in the academic and professional literature as well as exhibited in North America, South America, and Europe. He is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects and the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture. He also serves on the Board of Directors of AIA Miami. His professional and community service has involved the South Dade Planning Charrette, South Biscayne Bay Charrette, and Virginia Key Beach Charrette, as well as the Rainforest Exhibit and the Jewels of the Caribbean Exhibit at Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden.
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