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Juan Pablo Corvalán Hochberger

Architect from the Ecole d'Ingenieurs de Geneve, Switzerland and the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of the Universidad de Chile, Master of Excellence in Architecture, Berlage Institute Rotterdam, The Netherlands, and PhD candidate at the Institute of Geography of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Juan Pablo is one of the co-founders of Supersudaca, an international urban and architectural think tank and research group, and of Susuka, its practical version of architecture in Chile. He has taught at several international universities, presented lectures and conducted workshops in Lima, Buenos Aires, Chicago, Copenhagen, Guadalajara, Rotterdam, Kuala Lumpur, Tokyo, Sydney, San Diego, Mumbai, Cambridge, and New York, among other cities. He was selected in Panorama Emergente Iberoamericano IV in 2004, participated as part of the Chilean Pavilion at the 12th Venice Biennale, 2012. His work Casa Kiltro was a finalist for the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize in 2014. He is co-affiliated with the sound and space project [Sindicato de] Urbanistas Planetarios. Juan Pablo Corvlán is currently dean of the Faculty of Architecture, Animation, Design and Construction at the Universidad de las Américas in Santiago, Chile.