Cristóbal Molina | Commissioner
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.