Public Lecture Series

Angelo Bucci

Angelo Bucci
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Room 419, Knowles Building, Pokfulam Road, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
SPBR Recent Projects
Angelo Bucci
Principal, SPBR Arquitetos
Professor, University of São Paulo
Visiting Professor, MIT

Department of Architecture
Fall 2018 Public Lecture Series


Angelo Bucci from SPBR architects will share his practice through some of the firm’s recent works in different scales:

  • New Modern Art Museum to São Paulo project;
  • Apartment building in Lugano, Switzerland;
  • Weekend house in São Paulo;
  • Contribution to Vertical Fabric, the Hong Kong Exhibition at Venice Biennale this year.


Architect by University of São Paulo, 1987
Master Degree, 1998 and PhD, 2005, by University of São Paulo
Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (HF AIA), 2011

SPBR arquitetos
Founder and principal in charge since 2003

PhD Professor at the University of São Paulo FAU USP, since 2001
Visiting Professor at MIT – Cambridge MA, US, 2016, 2017, 2018
Visiting Professor at ETH Zurich, Switzerland – 2013-2014
Eero Saarinen Visiting Professor at Yale – New Haven, CT, US, 2013
Jury – Holcim International Sustainable Construction Award, 2011, 2014, 2017
Visiting Professor at Di Tella University – Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2010
Visiting Professor at UT Austin – Austin, TX, US, 2010
Visiting Professor at IUAV summer workshop – Venice, Italy, 2008 and 2009
Visiting Professor at MIT – Cambridge MA, US, 2008
Visiting Professor at GSD Harvard – Cambridge MA, US, 2008
Visiting Professor at UC Berkeley – Berkeley CA, US, 2006
Visiting Professor at Torcuato Di Tella University – Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2006
Visiting Professor at University of Cuenca – Cuenca, Ecuador 2005 and 2007
Visiting Professor at ASU – Tempe AZ, US, 2005.
Visiting Professor at Andres Bello University – Santiago, Chile, 2006

By engaging in “Agendas for the South” for the Fall 2018 public lecture series, University of Hong Kong’s Department of Architecture invites architects and scholars to align their work and ideas with unique positions related to their locale and design subjects. These architects are presenting projects grounded in the core of the discipline, offering new perspectives on the knowledge of architecture. Through the register of building and discursive positioning, the lectures present particular readings of the programs for architecture and the concept of the South, taking into account the nuanced and diverse sociocultural, geographical, and political contexts.


****No registration is required. All interested are welcome****