Francisco Díaz

Francisco Díaz

Francisco currently teaches at the Universidad Católica’s School of Architecture and is the editor-in-chief of Ediciones ARQ and ARQ Magazine. His research focuses on the critical analysis of architectural discourses and the effects of neoliberalism on architecture and cities. His articles have been published in Volume (Netherlands), San Rocco and Domus (Italy), ARQ, Spam_Arq, Dossier and Materia (Chile), Block (Argentina), Arquine (Mexico), and Planning Perspectives (UK). He is the author of Guía de Arquitectura Latinoamericana: Santiago de Chile (Buenos Aires, 2008), and co-editor of SCL2110 (Santiago, 2010), Promiscuous Encounters (New York, 2014), Who Cares for Chilean Cities? (New York, Santiago, 2014), Proyecto Ciudad: Valparaíso (Santiago, 2015), and the ARQ Docs series by Ediciones ARQ (since 2014). He has lectured in the United States, Italy, Brazil, Macedonia, and in several universities in Chile. Francisco was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship, a Becas Chile scholarship, and the Kinne Prize by Columbia University.