Angelo Bucci, architect from FAU USP, 1987, has been dedicated to both teaching and practicing.
Always based in Sao Paulo, Brazil, he is founder and principal in charge of SPBR architects, www.spbr.arq.br, since 2003.
He has taught studios at FAU USP and also as a visiting professor in Argentina, Chile, Ecuador and United States [ASU, 2005; UC Berkeley, 2006; GSD Harvard and MIT, 2008; UT Austin 2010 and YALE, 2013].
In 2005, he got his PhD with a work that reflects about the role of experience São Paulo in his way to think about architecture.
Some of his buildings have been widely exhibited through publications, lectures and exhibitions.
Angelo Bucci, founder and principal in charge of SPBR architects, focuses his lecture on showing some of the recent projects by his office, aiming to share the experience of our practice based in the specific context of Sao Paulo in Brazil.
The lecture highlights an approach of architecture in relationship with construction and structure but also an approach of a symbolic meaning of designing.
CPD Credit Hours and AIA CES Learning Unit Hours are offered to members of the HKIA and the AIA.
This lecture is open to the general public.
The Spring 2013 Public Lecture Series are co-sponsored by “Ronald Lu & Partners (HK) Ltd.” & “Woo, Chow, Wong & Partners (HK) Ltd.” visiting lectureship in architecture.