Carlos Arroyo is a Linguist, Architect, Urban Planner, and Researcher. He has a Madrid based office for Architecture and Urbanism, with international commissions in Spain, France, Belgium, Rwanda, Colombia and Argentina. His work ranges from institutional projects (OostCampus, Belgium) to large scale planning (Toledo Eco-neighborhood, Spain). He has developed protocols for innovation on all scales, from building technology to landscape management, developing new types of public building, or researching into new forms of housing. His projects, described by critics as “sustainable exuberance”, set the frame for a new architectural culture, language and aesthetics, through the ethics, technology and parameters of sustainability. His projects have been exhibited in international venues like the Venice Biennale or the Institut Français d’Architecture, and featured in hundreds of international publications in Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas, including an extensive dossier in El Croquis. He has taught and lectured in over 50 international institutions, including Tokyo University, AIA NYC, Princeton SOA, Boston MIT, Berlin TU, Vienna IKA, Paris ES, ENSAPlV, Bogotá PUJ, Santiago PUC, Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires FADU.
Angelo Bucci (1963), architect from FAU USP, 1987, has been dedicated to both teaching and practicing. Always based in Sao Paulo, Brazil, he is founder and principal in charge of SPBR architects (www.spbr.arq.br) since 2003. He has taught studios at FAU USP since 2001 and also as a visiting professor in Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Italy and United States [ASU, 2005; UC Berkeley, 2006; GSD Harvard and MIT, 2008; UT Austin, 2010; Yale, 2013]; ETHZ Zurich 2013/2014; IUAV WS 2008 and 2009. In 2005, he got his PhD with a work that reflects about the role of experience São Paulo in his way to think about architecture. Some of his buildings have been widely exhibited through publications, lectures and exhibitions.
Architect by the University of São Paulo, FAU USP, 1987
Master Degree, 1998, PhD, 2005, by FAU USP.
Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (HF AIA), 2011.