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Cersaie 2017: Conferences and Seminars
Sebastian Irarrázaval

Tuesday 26 September - 10.30 a.m.
Galleria dell'Architettura - Gall. 21/22


Sebastián Irarrázaval More

Sebastián Irarrázaval


Biographical notes

Sebastian Irarrázaval nace en Santiago, Chile, en 1967. He graduated in architecture at the Universidad Católica of Chile and continued his vocational training in this field at the Architectural Association of London. He is Ordinary Professor at the School of Architecture of the Universidad Católica of Chile, and visiting professor at various universities, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology of Boston (MIT) and the Istituto Universitario of Architecture of Venice (IUAV). His works have been displayed at various exhibitions and biennials and also widely published in specialist magazines. He has received numerous acknowledgements, including the nomination for the Swiss Architectural Award (2016) and the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (2016), the AOA award (1999), the Biennial of Architecture of Chile award (2008), the Biennial of Urbanism and Architecture award of Shenzhen & Hong Kong (2012), the WAVE (2014, 2015), the AZ Award (2016), the Wood Design and Building Awards (2016) and the RIBA International Prize (2016).

Francesco Dal Co More

Francesco Dal Co

Architect and Professor of history of architecture, IUAV Venice

Biographical notes

Degree in architecture, Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia (IUAV), 1970.

Professor, History of Architecture, IUAV, 1981.

Professor, History of Architecture, School of Architecture, Yale University (1982-1991).

Professor, History of Architecture, Accademia di Architettura, Università della Svizzera Italiana (1996-2005).

Director, Department of History of Architecture, IUAV (1995-2003).

Director, Architecture Section, Venice Biennale (1988-1991).

Editor of magazine Casabella (1996-).

Senior Fellow, Center for Advanced Studies, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.

Scholar, Center for Advanced Study, Getty Center, Los Angeles.

Member of the Accademia di San Luca.

Honorary Fellow Royal Institute of British Architects.