Since 1995 Cecilia Puga has had her own practice in Santiago de Chile where she has undertaken designs projects at different scales such as family houses, social community housing, educational and industrial equipment, and urban design. In 2009 she was selected by Herzog & De Meuron as one among 100 architects throughout the world to design a Villa in Inner Mongolia in the context of the Ordos 100 project conducted by artist Ai Wei Wei. Numerous national and international specialized media organizations have published her work and in 2010 the 2G: International Architecture Review series dedicated monograph #53 to her work. In addition to other academic activities, she was a visiting professor at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture in 2007, and in 2009 she participated in Latitudes: Architecture in the Americas symposium which also took place in Austin. This same year she was invited to lead a studio at the GSD at Harvard in Cambridge, and in 2011 she was in charge of a short studio design project at the BIArch in Barcelona, Spain. For the 2012 Venice Biennale she was invited to be part of Valerio Olgiati’s installation and her collection of images were later published in The Image of Architects by the same author. Recently she won the International Architecture Competition “Palacio Pereira,” an ancient building to be restored for the new headquarters of the Dirección de Archivos y Museos and the Consejo de Monumentos Nacionales in Santiago, Chile. Parallel to her professional and teaching activities, she is a member of the Executive Committee of Fundación Familia Larrain Echenique where she is in charge of the Museo de Arte Precolombino in Santiago de Chile.