Cameracronica Contributors
> Patrik Schumacher

Dr Patrik Schumacher is a partner at Zaha Hadid Architects and the co-author of most key projects. He joined Zaha Hadid in 1988 and has been seminal in developing Zaha Hadid Architects to become a 450 strong global architecture and design brand. In 1996 he founded the “Design Research Laboratory” at the Architectural Association in London and continued to teach in what has become one of the world’s most prestigious architecture programs. He is lecturing worldwide and has been a Guest Professor in many prestigious schools of architecture, and recently held the John Portman Chair in Architecture at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. Over the years he has contributed over 80 articles to architectural journals and anthologies. In 2008 he coined the phrase Parametricism and had since published a series of manifestos promoting Parametricism as the new epochal style for the 21st century. In 2010/2012 Patrik Schumacher published his two-volume theoretical opus magnum “The Autopoiesis of Architecture”. His writings are available on www.patrikschumacher.com.

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Cameracronica Contributors
> Comitè Invisible

Comitè Invisible (The Invisible Committee) is an anonymous author or authors who have written anarchist literature. French police believe one of the authors to possibly be Julien Coupat. Coupat switched to social sciences at the École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) but did not complete his doctorate. In 1999, he co-founded a radical philosophy magazine called Tiqqun.

 
Cameracronica Contributors
> Pezo von Ellrichshausen

PEZO VON ELLRICHSHAUSEN ARCHITECTS was founded in Buenos Aires in 2001 by Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen. They currently work in Concepcion, Southern Chile, in a cross-production between Art and Architecture. Mauricio Pezo completed a Masters in Architecture in the Catholic University of Chile (Santiago, 1998) and graduated from the Bio-Bio University with a Degree in Architecture (Concepcion, 1999). He teaches at the School of Architecture of the Bio-Bio University, at Talca University and has been invited as Visiting Critic at AAP Cornell University during spring semester 2009. He has been awarded the CA Prize by the UBB (Concepcion, 1999) and the Best Young Chilean Architect Prize by the Chilean Architects Association (Santiago, 2006). Sofia von Ellrichshausen holds a Degree in Architecture from the University of Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires, 2002). She teaches at the School of Architecture of Talca University and has been invited as Visiting Critic at AAP Cornell University during spring semester 2009. She was awarded the Honors Diploma by the FADU UBA (Buenos Aires, 2002). They have lectured in different venues, among others: GSD Harvard University (Cambridge), Bauhaus-Universitat (Weimar), Arquine Congress (Mexico), Cip Talks (Zagreb), Oslo Association of Architects (Oslo), Victoria & Albert Museum (London) and the Alvar Aalto Symposium (Jyvaskyla). They have also been the curators of the Chilean Exhibition at the 11th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia (Venice, 2008). The office has been awarded the Best Work of Young Architects Prize at the V Iberoamerican Biennial (Montevideo, 2006), the Architectural Quality Prize at the XV Chilean Architecture Biennial (Santiago, 2006) and the Commended Prize at the AR Awards for Emerging Architecture (London, 2005).


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Cameracronica Contributors
> ROTOR

Founded in 2005, Rotor is a collective of people with a common interest in the material flows in industry and construction. On a practical level, Rotor handles the conception and realization of design and architectural projects. On a theoretical level, Rotor develops critical positions on design, material resources, and waste through research, exhibitions, writings and conferences.


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Historic Architects
> Rudolf Steiner

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