Collaborating with Texas Tech University College of Architecture, leading architects talk about their research and surveys of their work.
Felipe Correa is the Vincent and Eleanor Shea Professor and Chair of the Department of Architecture at the University of Virginia (UVA). Prior to joining UVA, Correa was an Associate Professor and Director of the Urban Design Program at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD). Correa is also co-director of the South American Project, a trans-continental applied research network that proactively endorses the role of design within rapidly transforming geographies of the South American Continent. He is the author of multiple books. His most recent book, Sao Paulo: A Graphic Biography, traces the history of the city’s urban form, was released in 2018 by the University of Texas Press.
Additionally, Felipe Correa has lectured and exhibited in many universities and conferences. His work, research, and writings have been published in journals, including Architectural Design, Architectural Record, Harvard Design Magazine, Topos and Volume. Correa received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Tulane University and his Master of Architecture in Urban Design from the GSD.