Fall 2018 Lecture Series at NJIT College of Architecture & Design: Lorena Del Rio & Iñaqui Carnicero

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Please join us for Lorena Del Rio & Iñaqui Carnicero’s lecture entitled “The Opportunity of an Unfinished Architecture” in Weston Lecture Hall I. Free and open to public.

Lorena del Río co-founder of RICA*, graduated at ETSAM, where is also developing her PhD. Currently Assistant Professor at Cooper Union in New York City, she has taught at Cornell University 2012-2016, at CCA, California College of the Arts in San Francisco 2016-2017, where she also was the co-director of the research laboratory BuilLab, . Lorena has participated in reviews and lectures at several universities including MIT, University of Buffalo, NY CityCollege, NYIT, and University of Puerto Rico. She has received several distinctions in international competitions and awards and her work has been published in international journals such as GA, Bauwelt and AV.

Iñaqui Carnicero is an awarded architect and international Phd from Polytechnic University of Madrid. Currently Visiting Professor at Yale University, Carnicero has previously taught at ETSAM, Cornell University, Columbia University, among others. Carnicero has won several competitions and completed many projects, including CEU University, 40 Social housing in Madrid, High School in Albacete, the new District Attorney’s Office in Madrid’s City of Justice, Hangar Nave16 at the slaughterhouse of Madrid. His recent work curating the Spanish Pavilion for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale was honoured with the Golden Lion. His work has been recognized with the AIANY Housing Award, Design Vanguard, Hauser 2012, Emerging Architecture Architectural Record, Rome Prize, FAD Spanish Architecture and Public Opinion. Carnicero has lectured at prestigious institutions such as Cornell, Harvard GSP, Rice, Berkeley, NJIT, Carleton, Roma Tre.