Anna Puigjaner + conversation with Paulo Moreira
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Anna Puigjaner is an architect, researcher and editor based between Barcelona and New York, uniting theory and practice by combining academic, research, and editorial work with the professional activity of the architectural office MAIO. Anna is an Associate Professor at Columbia GSAPP and received Harvard GSD’s Wheelwright Prize in 2016. She previously taught at the Royal College of Art and the Barcelona School of Architecture. Her ongoing research and writing on the “Kitchenless City” has been published in different forms, including in The Quantified Home (Lars Müller Publishers, 2014) and Together! The New Architecture of the Collective (Ruby Press, 2017).
Paulo Moreira is a Porto-based architect and researcher. He graduated from FAUP (Porto, PT), having studied also at the Accademia di architettura (Mendrisio, CH). Paulo received his doctorate from London Metropolitan University (UK), and currently he is a post-doctoral fellow in the research project Africa Habitat, coordinated by FAUL (Lisbon, PT), funded by FCT and AKDN. With his work on informal communities in Angola, he was a finalist in the RIBA President’s Award for Research 2019, Cities & Community category, and a recipient of the 2021 Grant to Individuals, awarded by the Graham Foundation.