Mariano Gomez Luque is a practicing architect and urban designer from Argentina. He holds a MArch from the Harvard Graduate School of Design (with Distinction), where he received both the Kevin Kieran Prize for Highest Academic Achievement and the Templeton Kelley Prize for Best Final Design Project. He is also the recipient of the Dean’s Merit Award.
Currently, Mariano is a Doctor of Design Candidate at Harvard, where he investigates the complex relations between architecture and the dynamics of planetary urbanization. He is a Researcher at both the Urban Theory Lab and the Office for Urbanization at the same institution.
In parallel, Mariano directs the Office for Infrastructure Space, a platform for speculating about alternative modalities of design practice, especially in relation to the problem of the production of space under contemporary capitalism.