Advisory Board

Prof. Avi Friedman. United Nations World Habitat Award Winner; Principal, Avi Friedman Consultants; Co-Founder, Affordable Homes Program, McGill University. Montreal, Canada.

Selected Publications:

The Grow Home (2001); The Adaptable House; Designing Homes for Change, (2002); Homes Within Reach: A Guide to the Planning, Design and Construction of Affordable Homes and Communities (2005); Sustainable Residential Development: Planning and Design – Principles of Homes and Communities (2007); Narrow Houses: New Directions in Efficient Design (2010); Innovative Houses: Concepts for Sustainable Living (2013)

Prof. Michael Sorkin. Distinguished Professor of Architecture / Director of Urban Design. Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, City University of New York. (CUNY)

Selected Publications:

Exquisite Corpse: Writing on Buildings (1991); Local Code: The Constitution of a City at 42 degrees North Latitude  (1996); Some Assembly Required (2001); Starting From Zero: Reconstructing Downtown New York (2003); Twenty Minutes in Manhattan (2009); All Over the Map: Writing on Buildings and Cities (2011)

Prof. Alberto Pérez-Gómez. Saidye Rosner Bronfman Professor, History and Theory of Architecture. McGill University, Canada

Selected Publications:

Architecture and the Crisis of Modern Science (1983); Polyphilo, or, The Dark Forest Revisited : an Erotic Epiphany of Architecture (1992); Architectural Representation and the Perspective Hinge (2003); Anamorphosis (1997); Built upon Love: Architectural Longing after Ethics and Aesthetics (2006)

Prof. Antonio Miranda Regojo Borges. Catedrático / Director de la Unidad Docente de Proyectos “M” Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid.

Selected Publications:

Eucalípolis – Hallazgo de un manuscrito fronterizo (1986); La cremallera de grafito. Málaga (1990); Antologuía de Arquitectura Moderna -1900-1990 (1992); Ni robot ni bufón. Manual para la crítica de arquitectura (1999); Walter Gropius: del modernismo a la modernidad (2001); Canon de arquitectura moderna – 1900-2000 (2005); Arquitectura y verdad (2013)