Jaime Daroca Guerrero is a Spain-based architect currently teaching at the Academy of Art University. Jaime holds a Masters in Architecture II from Harvard Graduate School of Design and a degree in Architecture from the Technical School of Sevilla University.
Jaime previously worked at e2a architekten in Zurich, and at Daroca Arquitectos in Sevilla. Jaime has held several reasearch and teaching positions at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and at GSAPP Columbia University. His work has been exhibited at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and at the University of Sevilla.
José Mayoral Moratilla is a Chile-based architect currently teaching at Universidad Catolica de Chile and at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Jose was trained as an architect in both Spain and the Netherlands. He holds a Master in Architecture from Harvard University, where he obtained the Harvard Faculty Design Award upon his graduation.
José has worked in several architectural firms including Herzog and de Meuron in Basel, Abalos-Sentkiewicz and RMA. He has taught courses and studios in institutions including Universidad Católica de Chile and Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he was appointed teaching associate. His work has been exhibited at the MoMa and he has co-designed the Ephemeral Urbanism Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale. He is coauthor of the book ‘EPHEMERAL URBANISM: Looking at Cities in Permanent Cities in Flux’.
José Ramón Sierra Gómez de León is a Spain-based architect currently teaching at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California. He holds a Bachelor and Master in Architecture from the Technical School of Madrid (ETSAM), and a Master in Architecture with Distinction from Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
José Ramón has previously worked at several international offices such as David Chipperfield Architects, Rafael Moneo, Tod Williams Billie Tsien and Sergison Bates Architects. He also taught at Harvard GSD. José Ramón’s academic and professional work has been publicly displayed and published at sevaral exhibitions and publications at Harvard University, University of Seville, and the Chilean Spanish Architecture Biennials.