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Suzanne Strum

Suzanne Strum is an architect. She has a Phd in Theory and History of Architecture from the UPC. She is a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation in New York and has a masters from the Metropolis Program. . She is professor at Elisava Design School, Pompeu Fabra University and adjunct professor for Texas A & M University´s Barcelona program, as well as collaborating in other international architecture programs. She is the author of Barcelona: A Guide to Recent Architecture. Ellipsis/Chrysalis 2002 and co-editor of Metropolis: Ciudades, Redes, Paisaje.. GG, 2004. She has coordinated architectural exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona, MACBA and at the Center of Contemporary Culture, CCCB and has been a researcher for the Mies van der Rohe Foundation. She is the recipient of a Graham Foundation Research Grant.

Update: 1 March 2012

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