Elisabetta Andreoli is an expert on modern and contemporary architecture in Brazil.
Adrian Forty is an architectural historian and Professor at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University of London. He is the author of Objects of Desire (1986), Words and Buildings (2000), and is currently writing a study of concrete and architecture.
Guilherme Wisnik is a practising architect and an associate at Metro Arquitetos Associados based in Sao Paulo. He has published articles in specialist journals and is the author of a monograph on Lucio Costa.
Roberto Conduru teaches History of Art at the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro and at the Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio do Janeiro. Having gained a doctorate in History, he now specializes in the art and architecture of Brazil. He is the author of monographs on Vital Brazil and Willys de Castro and of several essays in specialized journals.
Luiz Recaman has been a practising architect since 1983. He teaches Aesthetics at the Escola de Engenheria, Universidade de Sao Paulo and has published articles in various journals.
Joao Masao Kamita teaches post-graduate History of Art and Architecture in Brazil, Pontificia Universidade do Rio de Janeiro. The author of a book on Vilanova Artigas, he has published various essays in academic journals.
Pedro Arantes has carried out extensive post-graduate research on the policies of the World Bank for Latin American cities and is the author of a book on the influential 1960s practice Arquitetura Nova. He currently works for Usina, a technical consultancy in construction, providing support to the Landless Movement in Brazil.
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