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Michael Sorkin

New York, USA
born 1948, Washington D.C.

Michael Sorkin (August 2, 1948 – March 26, 2020) was perhaps the most important urbanist and architectural thinker in the world today. As a writer and critic, and as author of hundreds of influential essays on wide ranging themes, he has been a tremendous force in the ethics and practice of..

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Constantinos Marcou

Larnaca, Cyprus
born 1988, London

Constantinos Marcou (London, 1988) is a writer, an architect and an urban designer. He studied Architecture at the University of Cyprus, continuing his studies at UCL. His research projects investigate the complex relationship between architecture and socio-political reform in the context of..

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Sauerbruch Hutton

Berlin, Germany
est. 1989, Berlin

Sauerbruch Hutton is an international agency for architecture, urbanism and design, founded in 1989. Presently there are about 90 Architects, Designers, Engineers, Modelmakers and administrative staff of approx. twelve different nationalities working in our office in Berlin. The team is led by

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Bruno Fioretti Marquez

Berlin, Germany
est. 1995, Berlin

Bruno Fioretti Marquez, an architectural office devoted to architecture and urbanism, was founded by Prof. Piero Bruno, Prof. Donatella Fioretti, and Prof. José Gutierrez Marquez in Berlin in 1995.

The office has won numerous prizes at national and international competitions, among them the..

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Saimir Kristo

Tirana, Albania
born 1988, Tirana

Saimir Kristo, Ph.D. is the Vice-Dean in the Faculty of Architecture and Design, at POLIS University, a practicing architect and urban designer, lecturer and curricula manager at this Faculty. His doctoral research was focused on city morphology, urban catalysis and “public-ness” in public..

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Vittorio Gregotti

Milan, Italy
born 1927, Novara

Vittorio Gregotti was an Italian architect, born in Novara. In 1974 he founded the Gregotti Associati studio in Milan with Pierluigi Cerri, Pierluigi Nicolin, Hiromichi Matsui and Bruno Viganò. They designed several important buildings, such as the Barcelona Olympic Stadium, the Cultural Centre..

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José Luis Fernández del Amo

Madrid, Spain
born 1914, Madrid

José Luis Fernández del Amo was a Spanish architect, humanist and critic. His architectural work began in 1942, when he joined the General Directorate of Devastated Regions and developed works for the reconstruction of Spanish provinces of Aragon, Jaén and Granada.

From 1947 to 1968 he..

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Jose Antonio Coderch

Barcelona, Spain
born 1913, Barcelona

Jose Antonio Coderch studied at the School of Architecture of Barcelona. Two years after finishing his studies he established an office with Manuel Valls in Barcelona. He received several awards for architecture and design and Josep Lluis Sert proposed him as the member for Spain in the CIAM, the..

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