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Eiroa Architects | e-Architects is staffed by multiple architects and experts in the design field, including Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa (design), Hany Rizkal (construction), and others. e-Architects has established collaborations with consultants and is licensed to practice in New York State (USA) including Southampton NY, Argentina (including Buenos Aires), Ontario (Canada) and Punta del Este (Uruguay-collaboration).

Design Principal Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa is since 2004 an Associate Professor Adjunct of Architecture Design and Computation for both undergraduate and graduate levels at the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of The Cooper Union, a full tuition scholarship institution where he is the head professor and coordinator of the Master Program Advanced  Architecture Studio (Fall Semester) and previously Architecture Design II (Fall Semester). He has been a Visiting Associate Professor at UPenn (University of Pensylvania), the BioDigital Architecture Program at UIC Barcelona, the Di Tella University in Buenos Aires and an associate professor adjunct (roving critic) at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation. Before he taught several years at The University of Buenos Aires (Architecture Design and Visual Studies ). He participates regularly as a visiting critic at Princeton University, Columbia University, Harvard University, Yale University, Cornell University, The Pratt Institute, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, City College of New York,  UPenn (University of Pennsylvania), The Architectural Association, The University of Applied Arts in Vienna, ETSAB Barcelona, Di Tella Institute, the University of Buenos Aires and The Cooper Union. In 2010 Pablo was appointed Co-Conference Chair with Aaron Sprecher and Shai Yeshayahu and Chandler Ahrens, Axel Schmitzberger and Michael Wen-Sen Su for the ACADIA 2010 Conference (the largest Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture) Life in:formation hosted at The Cooper Union and co-edited the conference proceedings. He is also the Director of the Digital Representation and Fabrication Program at The Cooper Union.

Previously, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa collaborated directly with Peter Eisenman as a senior lead designer in a number of world renowned competitions and projects, including; three installations in Europe during 2004-2005; the completed Arizona Cardinals Stadium (2003) host of the NFL 2008 XLII SUPERBOWL and the 2015 XLIX SUPERBOWL (total interior surface of 1.7 million square feet (170.000m2); the Second Prize for the Napoli TAV terminal competition in Italy (2003); designs for the WTC site published by the New York Times (2002) and the New York Magazine (2002); and participated as a lead designer for the team Richard Meier - Peter Eisenman - Charles Gwathmey- Steven Holl, finalist submission for the LMDC WTC competition (2002, 2.0 million square footage of mix use program). After such collaboration, he authored INSTALACIONES: Sobre el trabajo de Peter Eisenman. In Buenos Aires, he collaborated with Justo Solsona/MSGSSSarqs, Ciro Najle and Cadau-Gimenez-Galvez.

Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa received his architecture degrees from the University of Buenos Aires, a free tuition institution, where he completed studies for his second Masters (M.Arch II). He also completed a post graduate seminar at the Superior School of Fine Arts Ernesto de la Carcova and won the Fulbright Scholarship and the National Endowment for the Arts Scholarship (Clorindo Testa director) to continue his research at Princeton University School of Architecture (M.Arch II) with full scholarship. At Princeton won many blind review scholarships and prizes including the EC-US (ETSAB) and Los Angeles (UCLA), and the Butler Thesis Research Prize.  At the FADU UBA, he taught architecture design and visual studies with Solsona, Lombardi and Garcia Berdinas; he developed research for the SICyT and published-edited articles. He also did research in England and Holland on the relationship between architecture, landscape, infrastructure and water, developing an ecological machine that induces sedimentation through architecture foundations to promote landscape through latent opportunities (Mississippi Delta, Jamaica Bay and Rio de La Plata, 2004-2012).

Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa has been involved in the development projects in South America, the U.S., Europe, and on the Internet. In New York and Buenos Aires he has designed, built, published and exhibited many projects, including: an infrastructure project with the Department of Transportation in NYC, a Public Shore Park in Vicente Lopez-North Buenos Aires, and many residential buildings and houses.  His projects have been featured in different media, among others The New York Times, Clarin Arq, La Nacion Arquitectura, VIII Venice Architecture Biennale, Storefront for Art and Architecture, Disenny Hub Barcelona, Pecha Kucha New York #11, as part of a series of events for the Festival of Ideas for the New City curated by the New Museum in New York City, The Instituto Cervantes in New York City, Pabellon D'Arsenal in Paris and at the MoMA in New York City. He has published academic and theoretical articles in Yale University's Constructs, ARQ Clarin, 12 Arquitectos Contemporaneos; Revista PLOT; Pulsation; Clip Stamp, Fold; and other media. He has lectured at The Cooper Union (student's lecture series), Princeton University, Columbia University, The University of Buenos Aires, Di Tella University, Tel Aviv University, Biodigital Architecture Master - Barcelona, Pecha Kucha NYC, Festival of Ideas NYC, ACADIA 2010, among others.

Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa authored/edited: Architecture In formation, ed. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa and Aaron Sprecher, Routledge/Taylor and Francis, London 2013; Life in:formation, Aaron Sprecher, Shai Yeshayahu and Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, New York ACADIA 2010; Instalaciones: Sobre el trabajo de Peter Eisenman, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, DLO/RE, Buenos Aires 2008; Analog and Digital Strategies between interfaces, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, 2006;  Solsona. Entrevistas...Ediciones Infinito, Buenos Aires 1998, Crispiani, Acuna, Lorenzo-Eiroa, Fridman, Rochas.

e-Architects' Current and past staff and interns include:

Boreum Lee, Felicien Francis, Felicia Killiot, Wan Jo, Debora Distefano, John Smithson, Peter Douglas, Amalia Gerdes, Glen Banfield, Ricardo Escutia, Eduardo Alfonso, Max Golden, Luo Xuan, Eunil Cho, Toussaint Jimenez Rojas; Carlos Majauskas, Pedro Joaquin, Lucas Hayman.

Current and past collaborators:

Henry Mena, Zulaikha Ayub, Veronica Barrow, Che Perez, Jesus Yepez,  Jeremy Jacinth, Darrell Wessey; Adrian Nicolaevsky, Pablo N. Garcia, Joaquin Gonzales.