María Pilar Pinchart Saavedra was born in Santiago, Chile in 1971. Architect from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Based in Madrid, Spain, since 2001, she obtained a Master´s Degree in Business Management, a Master´s in Heritage and Conservation Studies at ETSA, Madrid, and is a doctoral candidate in Architectural Projects at ETSA Madrid, specializing in Economy and Corporate Branding. Currently she teaches at the School of Architecture of the Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca and in the Master Programs at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Madrid. She has worked and directed projects in four different countries and has been the head of two studios of architecture in Madrid. In 2008 she founds her firm Pilar Pinchart Arquitectos, based in Madrid. Her theoretical and practical work has been widely internationally exhibited and published in architecture and art magazines. In addition … Leer… »
Bernardo Valdés was born in Princeton, United States in 1975. He is an Architect and Master in Architecture from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He taught at the School of Architecture of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and Universidad Andrés Bello. He has worked in the Ministry of Housing and Urban Planning of Chile. He is currently based in Santiago, Chile where he works focused on the relationship between architecture and policies. He is partner and co-founder of MAPA Consultants that has actively
participated in private and public sectors. His architectural work includes the exhibition design for the XVI Architecture Biennale in Chile. He is currently a professor at the School of Architecture of the Universidad Diego Portales, where he is also the Coordinator of the Continuing Education and Globalization Department.
Cristóbal Molina Baeza was born in Santiago, Chile in 1976. He is an Architect, educator, researcher and editor. He obtained a B.Arch and M.Arch from TSA Tulane University and is a Ph.D candidate at ETSAB -UPC in Barcelona, Spain. He was formerly the Architectural Editor of CA magazine and Editorial Coordinator of ARQ magazine. He has published articles on modern and contemporary architecture, participated as a juror in architectural competitions and commissioned the Chile Pavilion at the 2011 Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale of Architecture/Urbanism that won the Public Choice Award. He is currently the Architectural Coordinator of the National Council of Culture and the Arts of the Chilean government and a professor at the School of Architecture of the Universidad Diego Portales, where he has taught courses in architectural history, theory and architectural design since 2005.