Architect graduated from the Architecture School of the Universidad de Talca (Chile, 2007), with a master’s degree in the theory and practice of archi¬tectural design from the Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona-UPC (Spain, 2010). He participated as curator of Chilean architecture for the “Chile según Chile” issue of the magazine Zona de Proyecto (Argentina, 2012) and the “Chile: A New Generation” issue of Zeppelin magazine (Romania, 2014). He has lectured at the Graduate School of Design of Harvard University, the Escola da Cidade in São Paulo, Brazil, the Architecture School of the Universidad do Porto (Portugal), and Recyclart Art Center (Belgium). In 2013 he published Talca, Cuestión de Educación (Editorial Arquine, 2013), which was awarded the Premio Bienal Iberoameri¬cana de Arquitectura y Urbanismo 2014 (IX BIAU) and the 2014 Architectural Book Award of the Deutsches Architekturmuseum in Frankfurt. He has been appointed to the jury of the X Bienal Iberoamericana de Arquitectura y Urbanismo, to be held in 2016 in São Paulo, Brazil. He is currently a full-time professor at the Architecture School of the Universidad de Talca. This year has been one of the curators of "Against the tide", Pavilion of Chile at the XV Biennial of Architecture of Venice.
Jose Luis Uribe Ortiz looks into a selection of works by Talca University students that constitutes a part of the new narrative in the architectural landscape of the central valley of Chile