“EXTRANJERÍA: EL VALOR DE LA(S) DISTANCIAS”_ David Goodman y Romina Canna (IIT Chicago)
El próximo jueves 16 de mayo a las 12:30 en el Aula Magna de la ETSA, los profesores David Goodman y Romina Canna (IIT, Chicago) impartirán la conferencia: “Extranjería: El valor de la(s) distancia(s)”.
David Goodman is co-founder and principal of Roadwork Studio, and is the Director of Undergraduate Studies in Architecture at IE University in Segovia, Spain. He received his Masters Degree in Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and completed degrees in Government and in History of Architecture and Urbanism from Cornell University. He is co-author of the book An Introduction to Architecture Theory: 1968 to the Present, and his work has also appeared in the journals a+t and Log, in the anthology Chicago Architecture: Histories, Revisions, Alternatives, and in the book Walter Netsch: A Critical Appreciation and Sourecebook. Before founding his firm Roadwork Studio, he worked in the studio of Rafael Moneo in Madrid and for David Woodhouse Architects and Nagle Hartray Architects in Chicago. He has taught architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and at the Boston Architectural College. The work of Roadwork Studio has been featured in the Burnham 2.0 Exhibition at the Chicago History Museum, and the office was recently awarded second prize in the national competition for the Reconquista Civic Center in Argentina. He holds an architectural license in the State of Illinois, USA, and is currently pursuing his doctorate in Business Administration at the IE Business School in Madrid, with a focus on the relationship of organization theory and the built environment.
Romina Canna is co-founder and principal of Roadwork Studio and is Adjunct Professor of Architecture at IE University in Segovia, Spain. She received her architecture degree from the Universidad Nacional de Rosario (UNR), Argentina, and is a Ph.D Candidate in Urban Design and Planning from the ETSAB in Barcelona. Her research is focused on the role of infrastructure as an active component of urban space and urban development, and her writing has been featured in the Journal of the Chicago Architectural Club and in the anthology Regenerating Intermediate Landscapes. She has previously taught at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago and the UNR in Rosario. She has served as co-president of the Chicago Architectural Club, and her work has been exhibited in the Burnham 2.0 Exhibition in the Chicago History Museum and her recent projects include a second prize for the Reconquista Civic Center in Argentina and the Space Planning for the campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.