random thoughts on architecture history theory and criticism

about me

I am an architect, a teacher, and a historian. My research focuses on the intersection of modernity, pedagogy, and politics in art and architecture, with special emphasis on networks between the Americas and Europe. My current project examines the housing projects of Catalan architect Antonio Bonet in Buenos Aires as mediators between the avant-garde’s fascination with the unconscious and the state’s mandate to control the crowds. I teach as Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan. You can read my research in my academia page, and find longer bios in my pages at MIT and UMich.


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