Sonia Sobrino Ralston (she/her) is a Master of Landscape Architecture student at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Broadly, her interests lie in how landscape and architecture intersect with political geography, the history of technology, and social movements. Her current projects focus on understanding how regimes historically attempted to establish control over landscapes using scientific research campuses and information technology, and the alternative and dissenting systems that respond to them. She holds a Master of Architecture from Princeton University where she also received a certificate in Media and Modernity, and was awarded the Suzanne Kolarik Underwood Prize. Sonia is also a graduate of the University of Toronto’s Architectural and Urban Studies undergraduate program. Beyond this, she has worked as an assistant curator, research assistant, teaching assistant, architectural designer, exhibition designer, data visualizer, publication editor, and graphic designer at various institutions and organizations focused on spatial concerns.
Architecture + Landscape