Siboney Díaz-Sánchez

As a former flamenco dancer, Siboney’s designs emphasize the importance of an individual’s experience in a space. Her work often focuses on the physical movement and personal choreography inherent in occupying a structure to help inform the creative process.

Siboney, a San Antonio native, graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Architecture. She thrives on her community involvement, civic engagement and commitment to local art organizations.  Currently she offers her time to the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center Board of Directors, serves as Community Outreach Coordinator for the Latinos in Architecture Committee within the AIA San Antonio Chapter, and is a member of Leadership San Antonio Class 42.  In 2015 she was appointed as City of San Antonio District 1 Zoning Commissioner.

Siboney dances salsa, enjoys casting rockite sculpture, and spends as much time as she can with Angelica, her mentee from Big Brothers Big Sisters South Texas.

Restorative / Responsibility / Individualization / Relator / Input