Ciro Najle, architect, researcher, educator, Dean at the School of Architecture and Urban Studies at the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Visiting Professor at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, co-founder and former Director of the Landscape Urbanism Graduate Design Master Program and Diploma Unit Master at the Architectural Association, has taught at Cornell University, Columbia University, Berlage Institute, Universidad Federico Santa María and Universidad de Buenos Aires. Director of GDB General Design Bureau, architectural office and multidisciplinary laboratory of research, curator of the London Pavilion at the Beijing Biennale of Architecture 2004, his work was exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver, Le Laboratoire in Paris, the Prague Biennale of Art. Has published in Quaderns, Architectural World, Oris, UR, Egg, Esquire, Praxis, Plot, and Summa+, and several 2G monographs. Researcher and designer of the book Tokyo Bay Experiment, co-editor of the Landscape Urbanism: A Manual for the Machinic Landscape, Modos de Práctica, Culturas Digitales, and author of the upcoming books Suprarural, and The Generic Sublime, to be published by Actar.
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