Is an office ran by Francisco Quiñones and Nathan Friedman specialized in Projects for architecture, geography, the mythical and everyday.
Nathan Friedman is an architect and Visiting Lecturer at School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His research linking architectural theory and geography has been recently published in MAS Context and Scapegoat, and will be featured in the upcoming issue of Manifest, “Bigger than Big.” He is a former editor of MIT’s Thresholds, and has previously worked for Eisenman Architects, SMAQ Berlin, and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Rotterdam. Nathan holds a Master of Science in History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture and Art from MIT and Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University.
Francisco Quiñones is an architect and professor at Universidad Iberoamericana. His research on the evolution of mid-century modernism in Mexico will be published in the forthcoming series En-Medio, supported by the Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (FONCA). Previously, he has collaborated with FR-EE on the Soumaya Museum and worked for Dear Architects. Francisco holds a Master in Architecture II from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and Bachelor of Architecture from Universidad Anáhuac.
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