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Guillermo Banchini

Adjunct Assistant Professor


Teaches architecture design studio at Pratt and at the National University of Rosario, Argentina; registered architect in Argentina; established a Rosario-based practice with Marcelo Spina from 1995 until 2001; worked at PATTERNS in Los Angeles; first prize-winner for the Soho-Lounge Restaurant; winning proposal for SCI-Arc extension; selection in the proposal for the monocoque house for the Venice and Beijing Biennale, 2004; established BAarqs in Rosario, Argentina; publications and exhibitions include IBLR house, ICGB house, and many other projects.

Dipl. Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina; M.Arch., SCI-Arc.